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Day 1
4 Stops


Enjoy your last day on the Wild Atlantic Way by getting up close and personal with its inhabitants as you make your way from popular Ballybunion to the cultural hub of Tralee. You’ll see first-hand how man as well as nature has carved out the ideal existence in this beautiful and diverse region. From the remains of once-inhabited castles and forts to cliffsides teeming with flora and fauna to lively villages where the past merges with the present in an explosion of culture.

Day 2
5 Stops


There’s a lot to see and do on the first day of your Cliff Coast tour so be sure to make time to take it all in as you go. You’ll start in pretty New Quay, where a walk on the famous Flaggy Shore will invigorate the senses, before heading to the heart of the Burren at Ballyvaughan for an unforgettable trip beneath the surface of this incredible landscape.

Day 3
4 Stops


Make sure your camera is charged and ready for Day Two of your Cliff Coast tour, because you’re going to be taking in some of the most magnificent sights this region of the Wild Atlantic Way has to offer. Experience the mighty Cliffs of Moher, explore castles and coastlines, cruise the beautiful River Shannon and dive into a range of exhilarating water-based activities - all while immersing yourself in the sounds, smells, tastes and tales of the area as you cross from Clare into Kerry.

Route Map

Work your way south from County Clare’s beautiful Finnavarra Peninsula, charting a course around the very edge of the land and visiting spots like Doolin, Spanish Point and Loop Head on your way to Tralee.

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