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Wild Atlantic Way

An utterly unique adventure and the road trip of a lifetime, the Wild Atlantic Way, stretches over 2,500 km, the length of Ireland’s west coast, with so many more hidden gems yet to be discovered. Whether you want to dive into the spellbinding sea swells or engulf yourself in the landscape, the route is yours to explore, with new delights waiting for you behind every twist and turn, and the Castle Oaks House Hotel can cater to it all as your Gateway to the West.

On our own Doorstep - the Cliff Coast

The Wild Atlantic Way, a 2500 km route along the west coast is divided into six separate regions, each one offering its own unique scenery.  The Cliff Coast , a rugged and breathtaking section of the route is home to some incredibly dramatic ice-age landscapes and towering cliffs, from which you can gaze out on the number of islands among the waves of the Atlantic. Not to be forgotten are the idyllic and historic castles set along the way.

To the North - The Bay Coast

Just to the North you will find the Bay Coast, offers a refreshing salty air in County Galway. You’ll be able to loose yourself in the rolling hills of Connemara, and discover the magical Aran Islands, weathered by the sea.

To the South

To the south, we have some of the most picturesque imagery along the route, with Kerry’s mystical mountains, it’s Hollywood worthy landscapes, is countless sandy beaches, and extraordinary peninsulas.