Atlantic Way Route Kerry is a tourism attraction in the south west of Ireland. This driving route stretches from the very north of Donegal to West Cork – passing through the beautiful Kerry coast before reaching a total length of 2,500 kilometres of pure, undamaged scenery – and
showcases Ireland’s magnificent Atlantic coastline with many small businesses along the way.
The Atlantic Way is Ireland’s new scenic driving route along the entire west coastline of Ireland from Donegal in the north to Cork passing through the fabulous County of kerry. If you are looking for a holiday itinerary from a few days to several weeks, look no further as the Atlantic Way route has it all. From cliff top views to great hikes and from historic cities to picture perfect coastal villages and some of the best surfing in the world, the Atlantic Way drive caters for tourists of all ages and tastes. With many small businesses along the way.
When the Atlantic Way is officially rolled out in April 2014 with all sign posts are complete, it will be the longest defined and signed tourist routes in the world at approximately 2,750 km (1,700 miles) in length with plenty more side routes and loops so spectacular well worth a stop, it will take you breath away.
The Atlantic Way will also have places to stop and take in scenic views and over 100 discovery points for tourists along the way from surfing in inch to bird watching in dingle the way atlantic way kerry has every thing.
From its starting point in the Inishowen Peninsula in county Donegal close to the border with Northern Ireland and Derry City the Atlantic Way travels the entire west coast throught counties Sligo, Mayo, Galway, Clare, Limerick, Kerry and ends in the picturesque town of Kinsale in Cork home to many hotels and local businesses.
Feel free to join the Atlantic Way at any number of points along its length, complete it in either direction and enjoy the many shorter side loops and dozens of attractions, walks, cycles and places to stay and see and things to do along the Atlantic Way.
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