With 2,500km of scenic route spanning six diverse Irish regions, the Wild Atlantic Way is made for exploring by car. You can hit the road in your own set of wheels or avail of the wide range of rental car agencies in operation all over Ireland. Visitors to Ireland should note that the majority of cars are manual transmission; it is recommended that drivers who prefer an automatic book well in advance in order to avoid disappointment.
As you travel from south to north, the first Discovery Point you’ll meet in County Donegal is the majestic Tullan Strand in Bundoran. A mile of strand awaits you for swimming, surfing, horseriding, running, fishing or just a casual walk as the Atlantic Ocean laps nearby.