Wild Atlantic Way

Experience one of the wildest, most enchanting and cultural rich coastal touring routes in the world.  Wherever you travel along the Wild Atlantic Way you’ll find magic, adventure, history and beauty in abundance.

The Wild Atlantic Way covers 2500km of west Ireland’s coastal roads. Divided into five main sections with each one offering memories that will last a lifetime.

Ballyroe Heights Hotel is located on the Clare to Kerry route (Route 4) and is a great starting or stop off point for discovering the amazing places of interest along the Way. Book our fantastic Wild Atlantic Way accommodation offer here

Learn to dance or play an Irish instrument at Siamsa Tíre, Kerry

Celebrating Irish culture for over forty years, Tralee's Siamsa Tíre is home to the National Folk Theatre of Ireland. Looking out over the Sliabh Mish Mountains and the Dingle Peninsula, you can participate in a morning class in Irish dance, Irish song, language or even a bodhrán lesson. Workshops and master classes run seasonally, so check out their website to see what classes coincide with your trip and book ahead. 

Get back to nature at Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre

Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre is a nature and activity attraction that provides a window on the diverse and spectacular Tralee Bay Nature Reserve which encompasses over 8000 acres extending from Tralee town to the Magharee Islands and is a designated Natura 2000 site. The activity area is free to access. This includes the activity lake where pedal boats, canoes and rowing boats are available for hire. There are lakeside walks and a picnic area. A smaller lake has been stocked with freshwater fish with demonstrations for those who wish to learn how to fish.