Wild Atlantic Way


Situated in the heart of the Wild Atlantic Way Mount Falcon Estate is the perfect place to stay on your spectacular journey through the 2500km driving route, and the perfect embodiment of the West of Irelands stunningly spectacular and rugged coastline. Visitors have the freedom to experience the variety of beauty on the Wild Atlantic Way adventure, whilst travelling in either direction, looping in and out between atmospheric towns and villages and vast natural coastline.

This is a journey of discovery, to hidden places and secret worlds where enchantment awaits. Featuring the wildest, most captivating coastal driving route in the world, the Wild Atlantic Way is the ultimate travelling experience. At Mount Falcon you will experience the perfect accommodation option to explore the wildness of the west, enabling you to find vibrant towns and villages snuggled into the coastline, each with their own unique traits and selection of cafes and restaurants. This section of the route is the perfect opportunity to live and breathe the Wild Atlantic Way.

Take in a few words of Gaelic (Irish) or surf the magnificent waves of Lacken and neighbouring Easkey and Enniscrone in county Sligo. Maybe you might choose to reflect on 5,000 years of civilisation and embark on a history tour through the most extensive Neolithic site in the world at Céide Fields in Belderrig, to exploring the monastic settlements and Jackie Clarke Collection in Ballina, the Wollen Mills of Foxford or the Family Heritage Centre at Enniscoe House. Alternatively, roam the beauty of North Mayo’s walking routes, take a trek or trail through the Barony of Erris or enjoy a day of links golfing or fishing along the way. Wherever you go or whatever you choose along the Wild Atlantic Way, you will experience moments of magic, memories to treasure and encounters that will make you want to come back again and again.

The Wild Atlantic Way on Ireland’s west coast leads you through one of the world’s most dramatic coastal landscapes, a landscape on the edge of Europe that has shaped the development of its people, communities and settlements, a landscape that has inspired its own particular language, literature, art, song and dance. It’s a place of many natural features - seascapes, sea-life, cliffs, mountains, glens, loughs, trails and pathways. It’s a place to experience nature at its wildest, a place to explore the history of the Gaels and their religion; a place to experience great events, great food and drink, great music and the craic. 


A sample of the experiences that can be discovered on the Wild Atlantic Way in of the following videos :