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Signature Points – the places you don’t want to miss.
From Malin Head to Fanad Head and Inishowen to Slieve League, Donegal's section of the Wild Atlantic Way route is full of stunning surprises. Over millions of years the Atlantic has carved dramatic crevices into the rugged headland, with the Slieve League cliffs said to be some of the best and highest examples of marine cliffs in the world.
Take in the majesty of Mullaghmore Head, Downpatrick Head and Keem Strand as you travel from Donegal to Mayo. Mullaghmore Head, off the coast of Sligo, is a paradise for surfers with a reputation for gigantic 'prowler' waves. Surfing schools abound in this neck of the woods, so if you want to get in on the action, take a lesson or two. Then it's onwards to Downpatrick Head in Mayo, a spectacular headland rising 38 metres from the sea. Keem Strand, on Achill Island, features sweeping sandy beaches and rugged scenery to indulge the eye.
As you continue through the Wild Atlantic Way, the Mayo to Clare section of the route will offer up its own unique landscape for your pleasure. The picturesque fjord of Killary Harbour nestles in the heart of Connemara, providing the perfect holiday hideaway. Sample some delicious and world-renowned local mussels before moving on with your journey. The patchwork of tiny lakes in the Derrigimlagh Bog are ideally explored by bike, while the magnificent Cliffs of Moher in nearby Clare need no introduction. Take your time travelling this section - the wealth of scenic attractions is worth savouring.
Before you say goodbye to Clare, visit the Loop Head peninsula, a region renowned for its breathtaking beauty. A visit to Loop Head Lighthouse offers panoramic views of Kerry and the Cliffs of Moher and is well worth the climb. Onwards to Kerry, where the Blasket Islands - just a boat ride from the Dingle Peninsula - await, rich in Irish heritage. UNESCO World Heritage Site Skellig Michael is next on your journey, an attraction steeped in tranquility and mystique.
Last but not least, the Kerry to Cork section of the Wild Atlantic Way provides the perfect backdrop to the end of your Atlantic odyssey. The rugged, remote Beara Peninsula of Co Kerry is a dramatic sight, with views of mussel rafts and seal colonies of Kenmare offering the perfect excuse for a pitstop. From Dursey Island to Mizen Head - Ireland's most southern point - and then on to the Old Head of Kinsale.
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