Wild Atlantic Way Cork
The west coast of Ireland is home to the Wild Atlantic Way, the world’s longest defined coastal touring route. Here in Cork, you can explore the wilderness and the buzzing towns along this vast route. Cork spans two of the Wild Atlantic six diverse regions, Southern Peninsulas and The Haven Coast with many tourist attractions along the route.
Just 30 minutes from our hotel, Charles Fort, a main stopping point along the Wild Atlantic Way, sits waiting for your visit. Beautiful sandy beaches can also be seen such as Inchydoney Beach only a few miles from the quaint town of Clonakility.
Other popular attractions further along the Wild Atlantic Way include Garnish Island, Bantry House and Gardens, Dursey Island and The Beara Peninsula with beautiful scenic towns, Atlantic views and mountain vistas.