The Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way is an unspoiled scenic driving route along the Western Coast of Ireland. Stretching from Donegal, it winds its way down along the coast to finish in Cork.
The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland’s number one tourist attraction, and it is no wonder it is with its beautiful and diverse landscapes that are experienced along the way including towering cliffs, rocky shores, sandy beaches, vibrant villages and charming seaside towns. Not only is the landscape divine, you also have lots of places to explore including historical sites, cultural attractions and lots of outdoor activities to see and do.
Visiting the Wild Atlantic Way makes you feel alive and free, feel the fresh sea air as the breath-taking power of the Atlantic Ocean glistens and crashes under the sun. It captures you and makes you feel like you never want to leave.
At The Eccles Hotel & Spa, we are so fortunate to be located on the Beara Peninsula which is part of the Wild Atlantic Way. We are situated right on the edge of the spirited village of Glengarriff. Here, the area is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, the picturesque landscapes and the best parts of both mountains and sea.
Looking out onto Bantry Bay, one of the largest natural harbours in Ireland, is home to many different varieties of sea life which can be explored by all through various different boating companies:
Activities Along the Wild Atlantic Way
With lots to see and do on the Wild Atlantic Way, here are some of the beauties you need to add to your bucket list when exploring down around Glengarriff:
So why don’t you come and visit us to see all that the Wild Atlantic Way has to offer? Book your next stay at The Eccles Hotel & Spa, to be in the centre of it all!