IRELAND’S WILD ATLANTIC WAY
Tucked away in little villages and towns that snuggle into the coastline are delightful cafes and restaurants, where you can indulge in your passion for good food and great wine. Maybe you will hear a few words of Irish spoken along the way in Ireland’s Gaeltacht (Irish speaking regions) or reignite your passion for life while surfing on magnificent waves in Ballybunion.
Or you might take time to reflect on times past with a visit to the ruins of a sixth century monastic settlement on the stunning Skellig Michael in Kerry, which feature in the Star Wars movies. You may roam through the romantic beauty of scenic Ards Forest Park in Donegal. Or you might watch the weather change from the historic Clare Lighthouse in Mayo. Wherever you go along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, you will encounter moments of magic, moments to treasure and experiences that you will want to return to again and again.
Kerry Writers’ Museum is just a stones throw away from Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way in the historic town of Listowel, famous for its rich literary and cultural heritage.
Following your visit to us why not check out some of the amazing historical sites dotted throughout North Kerry, for example Rattoo Round Tower, one of Ireland’s finest examples of round tower dating from the 10th century. The Tower stands on the grounds of an ancient monastery. It’s thought to have been founded by Bishop Lughach, one of the first Christian evangelists in County Kerry.