Wild Atlantic Way – Cliff Coast

Hiya,

As mentioned in my previous post, after the Bike Fest in Killarney, we went on our way to Galway, a harbour city in west Ireland.
One part travelled was through the Wild Atlantic Way:

The Wild Atlantic Way (IrishSlí an Atlantaigh Fhiáin) is a tourism trail on the west coast, and on parts of the north and south coasts, of the Republic of Ireland. The 2,500 km[1] (1,553 miles) driving route passes through nine counties and three provinces, stretching from County Donegal‘s Inishowen Peninsula in Ulster to KinsaleCounty Cork, in Munster, on the Celtic Sea coast.[2]

Breathtaking scenery, stunning roads (most of the time) and it was a pleasure to ride as the days were sunny and the temperature was just right for the ride.

Amazing views with sunny and warm weather 🙂

Short break

A couple of more videos are on the way, it is just taking some time to go through them all 🙂

Inch beach:

Also, my partner took the best photo on the Conor Pass:

Conor Pass or Connor Pass is one of the highest Irish mountain passes served by an asphalted road. It is located on the R560 road in County Kerry, Ireland.
conor_pass
Conor Pass

We were actually up in the clouds, just fog all around but it was so amazing!

We stayed one night in Galway – and had the best Italian dinner in Ireland. If you ever find yourself here, just go visit Venice:

Wild Atlantic Way ride: https://youtu.be/ivg8dYtIn9Q

On our way back we went to Dingle for a coffee. I had an amazing idea, it is hot – I’ll have an Ice-Cappuccino! Wrong, so wrong – black coffee, no milk, just with added ICE!!?? Eeek! As always Davor was a gentleman and gave me his coffee ❤

We stopped for late lunch in Roscommon:

 

Our way back was nothing special – just truly tired and ready for bed 😀

Cheers,
zizi

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