The Wild Atlantic Way

If you want to self-drive, then embark on a magical journey through Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. Before setting off, you can enjoy delicious smoked salmon in Kinsale, County Cork, and indulge in a crab feast in Enniskeane, County Donegal at the end. The Wild Atlantic Way stretches 2500 kilometers along the entire west coast of Ireland from Donegal in the north to Cork in the south, passing through regions such as Connemara, The Burren, Galway Bay, and Kerry. This route includes the Cliffs of Moher, the highest cliffs in Europe that Harry Potter flew over, the epic natural landscapes of the Ring of Kerry, the maze-like caves, lakes, and karst formations of The Burren, and over 70% of Ireland's plant species waiting for you to explore.

Burren National Park

There are famous karst landforms here. The bumpy road surface is unique and the spectacular natural landscape is breathtaking. There are also unique wild flora and fauna, as well as ancient stone tombs and monuments.
The national park is located in the west of Ireland, in County Galway, covering an area of 2,957 hectares of mountains. The national park includes wetlands, heaths, grasslands and forests, with spectacular and beautiful natural landscapes.
Kerry Ring

Cape Lupe

Loop Head is a beautiful place located on the west coast of Ireland along the Atlantic Ocean, with magnificent cliff scenery. In 2010, it was awarded the European Destination of Excellence Award, and the spectacular views and fresh seafood will leave you with unforgettable memories. Additionally, the simple culture and hospitality of the people here will allow you to experience the unique Irish customs and traditions.
The Moher Cliffs are located on the west coast of Ireland and are about a one-hour drive from the third-largest city in Ireland, Galway. As Europe's highest cliffs, they are one of Ireland's iconic attractions. The cliffs stretch for 8 kilometers along the west coast of Ireland, facing the Atlantic Ocean, and the highest point is 214 meters above the Atlantic Ocean, which is very spectacular.