From Limerick to Galway in a car takes 1 hour on a modern highway. Public transport between Galway and Limerick is roughly the same and plentiful in supply. There is a strong direct link between Limerick and Galway.
Accessing the Wild Atlantic Way from Limerick
The Co. Clare phase of the Wild Atlantic Way is 230km long beginning from the Killimer Tarbert Ferry and consummation in the town of Kinvarra on the Galway outskirt.
This area of the Wild Atlantic Way is pressed with attractions from the world renowned Cliffs of Moher and precipice top stroll, to the Burren National Park, shocking shorelines like Kilkee, to treks with Dolphins and top surf spots.
This Wild Atlantic Way drive along the Clare coast takes no less than 2 days to finish. Nonetheless, you ought to attempt to use no less than 2 weeks going by the top attractions beneath, meet the neighborhood individuals and experience the genuine Wild Ireland.
A percentage of the best towns, towns and islands to visit on the Clare phase of the Wild Atlantic Way setting out south to north incorporate Kilrush, Carrigaholt, Kilkee, Doonbeg, Quilty, Spanish Point, Miltown Malbay, Lahinch, Liscannor, Cliffs of Moher, Doolin Ferry to Aran Islands, Lisdoonvarna, Ballyvaughan and finishing in the Galway town of Kinvarra right over the fringe.
The accompanying is a rundown of the main 40 Attractions and ‘Things to See and Do’ on the Wild Atlantic Way from south to north beginning at the Killimer Ferry with bounty all the more not said here:
Kilrush – Shannon Dolphin and Wildlife Center
Kilrush – Scattery Island Monastery watercraft trek
Kilrush – Vandeleur Walled Garden
Doonaha shoreline, beacon and fortress
Carrigaholt Castle and Rinevella Beach
Circle Head Lighthouse
Killkee – Beach and swim snorkel the pollock gaps
Doonbeg shoreline, fortress and Golf Club
Kayak to Mutton Island
Spanish Point Beach
Surfing and Links Golf in Lahinch
Bluffs of Moher and precipice stroll from Liscannor to Hags Head and Doolin
Doolin Aran Islands ship and Doolin Cave
Lisdoonvarna – Horse Riding and Match Making Festival
The Burren National Park – Europe’s biggest Karst Landscape
Burren Way Long Distance Walking Trail
Winged creatures of Prey Center and Aillwee Cave Ballyvaughan
Poulnabrone Ancient Dolmen, Ballyvaughan
Religious administrator’s Quarter Beach
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Inis Mor is an outstandingly beautiful island, a world heritage site renowned
for its stunning landscape and cultural heritage.
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