The Wild Atlantic Way is a tourism trail that leads you through some of the best coastal scenary in the world. It covers the entire west coast of Ireland. The 2,500 km (1553 miles) driving route passes through nine counties and three provinces, stretching from County Donegal’s Inishowen Peninsula to Kinsale, County Cork, on the Celtic Sea coast. Along the route there are places and attractions which have been designated as points of interest for travellers. One of these points is the Connemara National Park which is the most popular tourist destination in Connemara. It is beside the Killary Fjord which is 15 minutes drivae from the Connemara National Park.

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