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Craggy rocks, old castles, endless expanses, green passes and on top of all this, the legendary hospitality. One of the most popular routes is the Wild Atlantic Way, which stretches for 2,500 kilometres along the west coast. A must-see!
The Wild Atlantic Way along Ireland’s west coast is 2,500 kilometres long. The Kilkee – Galway stage is particularly worthwhile, as this is also where the famous Cliffs of Moher are located, with their 200-metre-high steep cliffs.
Whale watching. More than twelve species of whales live off the coast of West Cork. With a little luck and patience, you can go on a boat trip to watch them. There are dolphins here too!
Bangers and Mash: Sausages with mashed potatoes and gravy, a classic pub dish and perfect on cold and windy days.