On the very edge of Europe lies the breath-taking Wild Atlantic Way.
Blarney Caravan & Camping Park is right on the edge of your Wild Atlantic Way adventure. The largest defined coastal route in the world is The Atlantic Way, which takes in an incredible 2,500 kilometres of the Atlantic Coast line, spreading from Donegal to West Cork.
Cork is the perfect beginning of your adventure. The southern starting point for the Wild Atlantic Way is just a 40-minutes’ drive from Blarney Caravan & Camping Park.
The Wild Atlantic Way winds its way south-west from Kinsale on to Clonakilty, over to Skibbereen past Roaring Water Bay and the Islands, then up to dreamy Bantry Bay and Sheep’s Head peninsula before turning west around the Beara peninsula and up into Kenmare in County Kerry.
- The Old Head Signal Tower in Kinsale is the most southerly point of the stunning Wild Atlantic Way, so it is a fitting start or end point to your tour.
- Mizen Head Signature Point: Visit the Mizen Head Irish Lights Signal Station at Ireland’s most south westerly point.
- Dursey Island is the most westerly of West Cork’s inhabited islands. It lies across a narrow sound that one crosses by boarding the only cable car in Ireland.