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Wild Atlantic Food
Explore The Wild Atlantic Food
The 2,500 km (1,553 mile) driving route passes through nine counties and three provinces, stretching from County Donegal's Inishowen Peninsula in Ulster to Kinsale, County Cork. More than 2000 restaurants, pubs, guest-houses, local producers, farms and food festivals waiting for you!
It's better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times.
Wild Atlantic Way
Experience the best
Whether you're looking for relaxing ways to soak up the scenery or thrilling ways to get hands on with it, the Wild Atlantic Way is just the getaway for you. From sea-sprayed gallops to cliff top tee offs, taking on the rolling Atlantic surf to taking it all in on idyllic coastal walks, lose yourself among a landscape springing to life with sheer beauty, exciting outdoor activities and cultural wonder.
WILD ATLANTIC WAY
Good food, day or night
The Wild Atlantic Food
From Donegal to Cork
The most exciting trip I've ever been on in my life! This is most certainly a must do bucket list items!
We help you to choose the right restaurants, explore amazing dishes and learn the traditions
Food Adventure Across The Wild Atlantic Way
Loyal to the Irish spirit, Wild Atlantic Food helps you find the best restaurants and experiences located on The beautiful Wild Atlantic Way.
We decided to create this platform to help restaurants, cafes, pubs, hotels on the west coast of Ireland build a better visibility and to connect with you, the visitor, the good food lover. We hope you will find all the useful information about the Food Experiences on the Wild Atlantic Way on a single website.
Our mission is to make an impact and establish Ireland’s west coast as the best travel destination in the world.
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