Dingle Peninsula, Co. Kerry
March 21, 2014 — You can’t tame the wide, wild ocean, but you can get up close and personal with its coastline and experience some of
that wildness for yourself. And if you’re looking for a coast to explore, few places in the world hold greater appeal than Ireland’s
west coast. Tourism Ireland is kicking off a wave of renewed interest in exploring the country’s West Coast with the
Wild Atlantic Way,
an effort to bring deserved attention to a coastal driving route along the entirety of the coast.
The Wild Atlantic Way is one of the world’s longest and most exciting defined coastal drives. Embark on any portion of this spectacular,
2,400 kilometer route, and you’ll be starting an adventure you’ll never want to see end. No matter on what portion of the Wild Atlantic
Way you end up on, you’ll be mesmerized – steeped in history and culture and stunned by beauty.
Don’t necessarily fancy a self-hosted holiday? No worries: Many of the indelibly beautiful and memorable spots you’ll encounter if you
traversed all or a section of the Wild Atlantic Way are also highlights of many escorted vacations within Ireland offered by CIE Tours
International. For example, on many of the dozens of Irish CIE Tours options you’ll see are the stunning Cliffs of Moher; Achill Island;
the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula; Skellig; and the Slieve League Cliffs.
All CIE Tours’ escorted vacations are all-inclusive, encompassing airport transfers; deluxe motorcoach transportation; luxury hotel
accommodations, taxes and porterage fees; and all admission fees; as well as most meals, special attractions and evening entertainment.
Additionally, CIE Tours’ expert tour directors and local guides help bring each destination to life, providing travelers with authentic travel
experiences that continue to resonate long after their return home. For more information about itineraries and travel incentives, or to reserve
a tour, call CIE Tours International at 1-800-243-8687 or visit www.cietours.com.