Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way
Soaring cliffs sculpted by plundering waves, sandy beaches stretching for miles, hidden inlets and captured islands - the entire length of Ireland’s west coast bears the marks of an endless battle with the mighty Atlantic, Ireland’s most ancient foe.
The tempestuous relationship between land and sea is evident all along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. This coastal road, the longest coastal touring route in the world, weaves and winds its way from the northern most regions of Donegal right down through Sligo, Mayo, Galway and Clare before crossing the mighty River Shannon south to Limerick, Kerry and finally to County Cork.
Here The Maritime Hotel awaits your arrival. This luxury four star hotel is nestled in the sheltered town of Bantry and overlooks famous Bantry Bay. It has a selection of deluxe rooms, one and two bedroom suites as well as a state-of-the-art leisure centre and an award-winning restaurant.
The town of Bantry and its surrounds have all sorts of things to do. There’s activities, adventures and loads of free attractions so you will never be left wondering what to do. In fact some of Ireland’s top visitor attractions and sightseeing beauty spots are located here. Ireland is renowned for its pubs and restaurants and Bantry has its fair share of both.
So take a break from the scenic drive along the Wild Atlantic Way and rest with us awhile.
You can Download Ireland's Scenic Drives of the South West on the Wild Atlantic Way Guide HERE