Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa Limerick

Wild Atlantic Way


Witness the rugged beauty of Ireland’s West Coast by taking a road trip along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, the world’s longest defined touring route. This stunning route spans 2,500 km and 9 counties with several natural beauties and historical sites along the way. It’s up to you to decide how much of the Wild Atlantic Way you want to take on and how long you want your road trip to last. If you’re an avid cyclist, you may even want to turn it into a cycling holiday! It’s only an hour’s drive from the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa Limerick to the cliff coast region, why not use our Hotel as the perfect base for your Wild Atlantic Way adventure?
What to see on the Wild Atlantic Way

From Kinsale in the South to Donegal in the North, the Wild Atlantic Way has several stops on the way. Enjoy clifftop walks with stunning views, historical sites, island-hopping, traditional Irish pubs and enchanting music. Discover the Coast’s wildlife - watch for the colonies of puffins nesting on the sheer Cliffs of Moher and the resident Irish bottlenose dolphins that make the mouth of the Shannon River their home.
Whether you are looking for family fun, romantic getaways, foodie feasts or just looking to explore all the best Ireland has to offer, the Wild Atlantic Way is the ideal Irish experience. The trip is stunning anytime of the year, all hours of the day and it’s always a unique experience. Our Radisson Blu Hotel and Spa Limerick’s Wild Atlantic Way Ambassadors can assist with planning your trip and provide directions to route highlights and secrets. Of course, our concierge desk offers brochures and maps as well.
Plan your visit from the Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa Limerick
  • Go online and find the trip that fits your needs according to theme and length of stay
  • Download the Wild Atlantic Way App for a handy guide
  • The drive is free, but many attractions have entrance fees
  • Access to some attractions may depend on weather and seasonality
  • Hotel offers complimentary parking and easy access to national motorways
Bus trips are available to attractions on the route, such as the Aran Islands and Cliffs of Moher.