Loop Head, the Bridges of Ross and Dolphins

Loop Head Lighthouse with blue skies and the WAW waymarker.

Following the Wild Atlantic Way to the south alongside the Kilkee Cliffs from Kilkee, you soon come across the Loop Head Drive. This drive hugs the coastline and ultimately brings you to the end of the Loop Head peninsula at the Loop Head Lighthouse. Bridges of Ross on the Loop Head Drive On your way, […]

Lough Avalla Farm Loop Walk

A view over the karst landscape towards Mullaghmore. A view from the start of the Lough Avalla Loop Walk

The Lough Avalla farm loop is a magical 6km walk, set out by Burren organic farmer Harry Jeuken on his working farm. It is a favourite with visitors to the area because it offers a mixture of terrain, a fantastic insight into life on the Burren and wonderful views over to Mullaghmore and the surrounding […]

Fanore Beach

Fanore Beach in the Evening

As you travel along the Wild Atlantic Way, if you take the coast road between Ballyvaughan and Doolin you will come across Fanore Beach. With the karst landscape of the Burren at it’s back and the Connemara mountains visible on the other side of Galway Bay, this wide sweeping beach is perfect for swimming and […]

Kilkee cliff walk and scenic drive

Kilkee Cliff Walk Co Clare on the Wild Atlantic Way

The official Kilkee cliff walk is a 3.5 Km out and back path which starts at the Diamond Rock Café (ample parking) and heads south to Dunlicky Road and back. Less trafficked than the Cliffs of Moher, not quite so high but non-the-less spectacular, are the cliffs along the Clare coastline near Kilkee.  Access is […]