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Visiting the Wild Atlantic Way with kids? No matter the season, there are countless ways your little ones can have fun, see the sights, and learn a lot at the same time. Spot Ireland's only known resident group of bottlenose dolphins on a Shannon estuary cruise in Kilrush, County Clare, or head further south to West Cork’s Baltimore Harbour, where you can join a whale-watching excursion led by a qualified zoologist or naturalist.
Valentia Island in County Kerry, accessible via a short ferry crossing, is popular with families for its welcoming island pace, historic cable station and heritage centre, and easy hiking at Geokaun Mountain, which is also accessible by car.
On a rainy day, dozens of museums and activity centres can be found along the Wild Atlantic Way, from County Limerick’s Foynes Flying Boat & Maritime Museum to the award-winning Westport House Pirate Adventure Park in County Mayo.
Find the right beach for your family activity level - from sporty to relaxed.
Learn to surf, snorkel in clear waters, take a leisurely boat trip, and much more.
From push-pedal to electric, see the sights together on two wheels.
This easy drive, completed in under two hours, takes in the culture and nature of County Donegal, the ‘Coolest Place on the Planet’.
This one-day route through counties Mayo and Galway has something for everyone, from beaches and wildlife to castles and culture.
A surprisingly easy pace awaits little legs at the Ring of Kerry’s highest mountain. Great for picnics and photo opportunities.
10 ways to gather your tribe for a unique day out.
Our picks for the Wild Atlantic Way activities that will please young, old and in-between.
Things to do at one of Ireland’s most important early Christian sites, as seen in the latest Star Wars movies.