The Burren road to ballyvaughan Clare Ireland


Wild Atlantic Way

Driving in Clare is really enjoyable, depending on the weather, it can make or break the journey. The Wild Atlantic route is a great way to see some of Ireland’s beauty. It’s the road trip of all road trips, it covers 2,500 kilometres, with some of Ireland’s best coastline, and beaches, it’s the road trip you wanna do if you have the time to experience it. The Wild Atlantic Way has many things to see and do, including old castles, beaches, and manor houses. There are beautiful coastal areas, cool little Irish pubs, great food and nice places to stay.

See our Wild Atlantic Way page for two cool road trips you can do from the Cliffs of Moher.

Coastal Route From Doolin To Ballyvaughan County Clare

This scenic journey is not too far away from the Cliffs of Moher, it’s one of the more spectacular routes in Ireland. The route brings you to the heart of the Burren region, a lunar landscape, that is truly unique. The route brings you from the Burren onto a coastal road that is just beautiful, and there are many points to stop and take in the view and get some nice photos. See this link to our Wild Atlantic Way Clare page for further info. This route can also bring you to Galway, you have to see it!

We recommend a website called All Things Ireland which has lots of information about visiting Clare which has a lot of information about road trips and lots of great information about places to see and things to do in Ireland.

FAO – Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best part of the Wild Atlantic Way in Clare?

Answer –  The route from Doolin towards Fanore and Ballyvaughan is the best in my view. It’s known as the coast road and it’s just amazing, showcasing the Burren region, the beauty that is the Wild Atlantic Way route, boasting some lovely little villages, thatched Irish cottages and stunning views.

Why is Wild Atlantic Way so popular?

Answer –  The Wild Atlantic Way is possibly one of the best road trips in the world, with some of the best scenery you will see. It was named number 21 by Lonely Planet in their ultimate travel list, it is an amazingly beautiful route to travel. It covers a route of 2,500 kilometres around the coastal areas of the island of Ireland.