Wild Atlantic Way in Donegal
THE FOYLE HOTEL by Chef Brian McDermott
The Wild Atlantic Way is the world’s longest coastal touring route stretching 2500km (1500 miles)
Travelers flock from around the world to set out on The Wild Atlantic Way; A sensational journey of soaring cliffs and buzzing towns and cities, of hidden beaches and epic bays. Whether you drive it from end-to-end, or dip into it as the mood strikes, it's going to be a once-in-a lifetime experience.
From the wind-whipped tip of Malin Head to the safe haven of Kinsale Harbour, wrap yourself in the wilderness of the west coast of Ireland.
The Foyle Hotel is located in the seaside town of Moville on the Wild Atlantic Way of Donegal on the Northern Headlands.
Rocky. Remote. Romantic. Discover the drama of the Wild Atlantic Way Northern Headlands. Untouched, off-radar and crying out for exploration, this rugged area marks the north-western contour of the Wild Atlantic Way.
Untouched and virtually unexplored, this ruggedly beautiful and remote region lies at the far north of the Wild Atlantic Way. It’s no wonder Donegal was named the ‘Coolest Place on the Planet for 2017 by National Geographic Traveler, and the Foyle Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the county.
Follow the curve of the coast from Irelands most northerly point at Malin Head, past Fanad Lighthouse to the sweeping Slieve League Cliffs – Donegal, it’s different up here.
Wild Atlantic Way