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Day 1
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The unspoilt coastal stretches of the Cliff Coast make it the perfect destination for all things beach-related. From the very first day of this five-day adventure, you’ll find opportunities for a spot of shelling, sandcastle-building or, if you’re feeling plucky, surfing. You’ll witness breathtaking vistas at the Cliffs of Moher and enjoy tantalising food, drink, and nightlife in Lahinch. Shed your workweek skin and embrace each new experience as it comes; it’s going to be a day to remember.

Day 2
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From traditional music sessions led by friendly locals to the beautiful flora and fauna dotted around each corner, today’s itinerary is one filled with wonder and indulgence in equal measure. Explore the lunar landscape of the Burren, let your senses run wild in Carran, and treat your tastebuds in Ballyvaughan.

Day 3
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Your inner adventurer will really have the chance to shine today as you set out along the coast towards the popular seaside escape of Kilkee. Wander in mysterious caves in Doolin, sail away from the shore for a glimpse of life at sea, climb cliffs in Doughmare Bay or dive in ‘Pollock Holes’ in Doonbeg - how you put the ‘wild’ in your Wild Atlantic Way adventure today is entirely up to you.

Day 4
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There’s no shortage of exciting ways to spend Day Four of your Cliff Coast tour; climb to the top of an iconic lighthouse; reflect on your journey so far on a ferry cruise; explore castles, cliffs and coves, and, of course, dine like royalty in the heart of the ‘kingdom’ of Kerry. Today’s itinerary blends Ireland’s past and present to reveal the unique character of this region of the Wild Atlantic Way in surprising and delightful ways.

Day 5
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As your epic road trip winds to an end, today’s itinerary offers something for everyone. You can choose to sit back and reflect on the beauty of nature as you glide over scenic wetland wavelets or dig a little deeper into the region’s recent past on a walking tour of Victorian-era Tralee. Consider the achievements of man and machine in Blennerville or simply stretch the legs on a final walk in the countryside. Whatever your taste, there’s a final day flavour to suit as you wrap up a trip well-taken.

Route Map

From the surfer’s paradise of Lahinch down to unmissable Loop Head and on to lively Tralee, this itinerary flaunts the best of the region with plenty of little-known spots and special finds along the way.

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