Win An Unforgettable Trip Along The Wild Atlantic Way On Ireland’s West Coast

Stretching 1,500 miles from Malin Head in County Donegal to Kinsale in County Cork, the Wild Atlantic Way on Ireland’s west coast leads you through one of the world’s most dramatic and stunning coastal landscapes.

Classic FM’s Bill Turnbull has been touring this wild and rugged landscape discovering not only its breath-taking beauty, but also the stories and warmth of its people.

Together with Tourism Ireland, Classic FM is giving you the chance to experience the magic for yourself – visiting picturesque viewpoints, sampling some of Ireland’s freshest foods and joining in the craic with friendly locals along the route.

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Discover The Wild Atlantic Way

Feel the sea-breeze in your hair as you encounter majestic cliffs pounded by ocean waves, explore stunning bays and islands, and stroll along beautiful remote beaches where you could catch a glimpse of seals and dolphins. 

Along the stunning route, immerse yourself in Ireland’s rich culture and heritage, enjoy some of the best local produce and find a warm welcome in the charming towns along the way.

And the beauty of the Wild Atlantic Way is closer than you think – you can get there from most airports in the UK in less than two hours.

Bill Turnbull has created his very own travel guide for the Wild Atlantic Way. Take a look at some of his highlights below.

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Win With Tourism Ireland

Classic FM is giving you the chance to experience the Wild Atlantic Way on Ireland’s west coast for yourself.

You could win return flights for two to Shannon, two nights’ accommodation at a four-star centrally located hotel in Galway, fully inclusive car hire and breakfast in the hotel restaurant each morning.

And while you’re there, you’ll enjoy a Connemara day trip as well as visits to Kylemore Abbey, Cong Village and Ross Errilly Friary, with a scenic cruise of Galway’s River Corrib.

For your chance to win, simply answer the question below before 23.59 on Sunday 30th September 2018.

Q: How long is Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way?

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