FERRY SAILING AS NORMAL
Until further notice the last sailing from Killimer is at 7pm and last sailing from Tarbert is at 7.30pm.
Covid-19 Provision of Essential Services
In line with Government & HSE guidelines on the Covid-19 Prevision of Essential Services our service is considered essential. Please remain in your vehicle at all times and observe social distancing guidelines. Foot passengers are requested to strictly adhere to the social distancing guidelines and the instructions of crew.
The management and staff wish everyone all the best at this very challenging time and appreciate your co-operation
Wild Atlantic Way
Have you ever dreamt of embarking on a journey of discovery, to hidden places and secret worlds where all kinds of enchantments lie waiting for you? Well now you can, along the wildest, most captivating, coastal driving route in the world – Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.
Wherever you go along the Wild Atlantic Way, you will encounter moments of Magic, moments to treasure and experiences you will want to return to again and again.
Experience the untamed West Coast of Ireland, and start an adventure you will never want to end.
Wild Atlantic Way
THE WILD ATLANTIC WAY STORY
Out at the very edge of Europe, the Wild Atlantic Way stretches for 2,500 km (1,500 miles) along Ireland’s western seaboard. From Malin Head in Co. Donegal to Kinsale in Co. Cork, through regions like Connemara, Galway Bay and Kerry,
it’s the longest defined coastal drive in the world.
Here, the ocean’s force has carved a coast of wild, raw beauty. Huge Atlantic rollers crash and churn, shaping jagged ocean crags, archipelagos and inlets, sea loughs, surfing strands, and the sheer granite walls of cliffs that are amongst some of the highest in Europe. Rare sea eagles circle over glacial mountains, dolphins leap the waves, seals bask on the shore, puffins nest on cliff faces and geese gather in great estuaries. And lighthouses safeguard sailors all the way up the coast – from Fastnet to Malin Head.
Right along this spectacular drive you’re aware of the elemental power of the Atlantic Ocean, turning from grey to greento azure blue as great weather fronts roll in and through. You’ll drive on routes that ring great peninsulas, reaching out into the ocean. Tiny roads hug the shoreline then switch back high above the Atlantic swell. Cloud-shadows race across stretch your legs and have a bite to eat. Maybe you’ll hunker down and stay a night or two to get to know the places and the people… to climb cliffs, surf waves and ride bikes. You could join in the craíc at sessions and festivals, go island-hopping and visit ancient sites or sit by turf fires in traditional pubs, where you’ll eat the freshest seafood and hear the Irish language, songs and stories. Out here in the west coast’s remote Gaeltacht regions, Irish is the mother tongue for many folk – and they’ll tell you “fáilte romhat isteach – you’re most welcome here”.
You could drive the whole route in one go – but you don’t have to. Instead, you may want to slow down, and dive in deep … For it’s out on these western extremities – drawn in by the constant rhythm of the ocean’s roar and the consistent warmth of the people – that you’ll find the Ireland you’ve always imagined.