It’s one of the world’s great road trips. But if tackling the Atlantic Way’s 1,500 miles in one go is too daunting, try one of these four stunning sections. FROM the romantic Blue Stack Mountains to the spectacular Cliffs of Moher, and from the lively craic of Galway to the beautiful, empty beaches of Sligo, exploring Ireland’s west coast makes for a wonderful fly-drive break. However, the Wild Atlantic Way is one of the longest coastal road trips in the world: the entire route spans more than 1,500 miles. That’s why we’ve broken it down into easy-to-enjoy sections. So whether you have a weekend, a week or a full fortnight to spend on the road, a glorious adventure lies ahead.