Wild Atlantic Way (Old)

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Signature points

Downpatrick HeadLocated three miles north of Ballycastle, Downpatrick Head stands 126ft above the sea

Keem StrandKeem Beach is a rural and sheltered beach, surrounded by cliffs on Achill Island

Mullaghmore HeadMullaghmore is a small fishing village and popular holiday centre, with sandy beaches

Rams on a cliff

Explore the stunning landscapes of Donegal's Wild Atlantic Way with this selection of videos.

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Donegal to Mayo section

On the second stage of the Wild Atlantic Way, take in the majesty of Mullaghmore Head, Downpatrick Head and Keem Strand as you travel from Donegal to Mayo.

Mullaghmore Head, off the coast of Sligo, is a paradise for surfers with a reputation for gigantic 'prowler' waves. Surfing schools abound in this neck of the woods, so if you want to get in on the action, take a lesson or two.

Then it's onwards to Downpatrick Head in Mayo, a spectacular headland rising 38 metres from the sea. Prepare to be charmed and beguiled by the sights and sounds of the Donegal to Mayo section of the Wild Atlantic Way.

Sheep looking out over Downpatrick Head

Keem Beach Keem Beach on Achill Island
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