The Wild Atlantic Way
There’s no better way to explore Ireland than by car. Hit the Wild Atlantic Way, which at 1,500 miles long from start to finish is world’s longest sign-posted coastal drive. You could try to do the entire drive on one trip, but many prefer to return time and time again to savor the sights in more bite-size travel chunks. In addition to some of Ireland’s most visited spots such as the Cliffs of Moher and Galway, you’ll also want to make time to stop off in towns along the way with the onomatopoetic names of Knock, Gong, and Dingle.
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