Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way marks 2,600km of spectacular coastline along Ireland’s west coast, from the most northerly point at Malin Head in County Donegal, to the most southerly tip at Mizen Head in County Cork. 

Galway City, the City of Tribes, is nestled midway along the coast – the beating heart of the Wild Atlantic Way! Cruising Galway Bay, onboard The Galway Girl, passengers will see the Aran Islands in the distance and will be treated to the ever-changing colours of the Burren and the majesty of the County Clare coastline rising out of the Atlantic.     

No fewer than 3 of the 15 designated ‘Signature Experiences’ along the Wild Atlantic Way are located in County Galway and include trekking across the sands on a Connemara pony, listening to the echoes of history at Derrigimlagh Bog, and exploring Inis Oirr by pony and trap.