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Exciting road trip along the Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way is one of the longest designed coastal roads in the world measuring over 2,600 km. It winds along Ireland's west coast from the seaside town of Kinsale in south County Cork to the Inishowen peninsula in north County Donegal. The route passes through a coastal landscape shaped by the natural force of the ocean, whose scenic beauty and diversity is unique. Charming small towns and ancient monuments can be found along the route. The untameable Atlantic Ocean constantly forms a rough landscape with towering cliffs, beautiful bays and beaches. In the seclusion at the edge of the Atlantic, people have preserved ancient traditions and the Irish language to this day. A journey on the Wild Atlantic Way is always an adventure

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