The best coastal driving route in Europe with a mesmerising landscape, sea-salted shorelines and a whole 1,550 miles of unforgettable experiences lie ahead of you on Ireland’s extraordinary Wild Atlantic Way.
The Wild Atlantic Way is a sensational journey of soaring cliffs, breathtaking scenery and buzzing towns and villages, hidden beaches and epic bays. So whether you drive it end-to-end, or dip into it as the mood strikes, it’s going to be a once in a lifetime experience.
Classic FM has teamed up with the Irish experts, Irish Ferries and Tourism Ireland to help you experience all this for yourself.
And by answering this simple question, you can win one of two trips to the Wild Atlantic Way on Ireland’s spectacular west coast.
The secret to getting the most from Ireland’s stunning west coast and the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ is to do it in the comfort of your own car. As Ireland’s leading ferry and holiday company Irish Ferries can offer you a choice of routes and departures, to get you to Ireland in comfort. Choose to speed across on the fastest sailing on the Irish Sea or cruise in comfort on the biggest and most modern ships.
And then it’s only a quick motorway spurt to get to the west coast to start your exciting adventure.
The Wild Atlantic Way stretches from the wind-whipped tip of Malin Head in the north to the safe haven of Kinsale Harbour in the South West.
Explore from your choice of 9 amazing counties along this unforgettable coastal touring route from the majestic Slieve League Cliffs in Donegal, poetic legacy of the Yeats Country Sligo and the charm of Galway City.
Take on the Wild Atlantic Way in all its wonder. And get the most by doing it in the comfort of your own car with Irish Ferries. Travel. Together.
Get a taste of Ireland with Irish Ferries
Our winner will enjoy a special 5 night break for 2 adults in a 4star hotel of their choosing*, with full Irish breakfast and including a return Irish Sea cruise ferry crossing with own car AND complimentary upgrade to the premium Club Class lounge.
* From the range of hotels offered by Irish Ferries Holidays