The Wild Atlantic Way – Galway & Donegal

Spanning 9 counties in West Ireland and a distance of 2,500 km, the Wild Atlantic Way offers jaw-dropping scenery, dreamlike landscapes and an untamed spirit for adventure!

Visit bohemian, medieval Galway, the wild Connemara National Park, the heritage city of Westport and historic Donegal in this unique part of the world!

Galway City is one of the liveliest centres on the west coast of Ireland with a thriving cultural scene, inspiring art, craft shops and creativity, plentiful restaurants for food lovers and an array of festivals on offer including the Galway Sessions traditional Irish music festival in June and the internationally renowned Galway Arts Festival in July. Known as the “City of the Tribes” Galway is a gateway to the unique Irish-speaking Gaeltacht, the Connemara and the Burren region and is a joy to explore with its maze of cobbled streets and colourful shop facades.
The Connemara National Park is one of the wildest and most beautiful regions in the whole of Ireland and a drive through this part of the world is well worth it for the spectacular views.

Hailed as the Riviera of the Atlantic Way and one of Ireland’s most photogenic towns, the bustling and colourful streets of Westport are lined with fine Georgian architecture. The nearby coastline is laden with stunning beaches and Clew Bay, with its 365 islands, one for every day of the year. The surrounding seas are home to countless wildlife wonders, from basking sharks to humpback whales.

Situated at the point where the River Eske flows into Donegal bay, lively Donegal town is a bustling centre and popular destination for tourists. Visit the 15th century castle, cruise the spectacular coastline, visit the Heritage Railway Centre or Craft Centre for an insight into the rich history of tweed manufacturing and local culture. With many local shops, restaurants and bars and festivals in the summer, there is much to do in this charming traditional harbour town.

Jo and her team came up with a fantastic itinerary for our choir and planned everything to the last detail. We always felt we were in safe hands and that they were on the end of a phone to help us with anything we needed. We couldn’t recommend them highly enough.
Rosie SayersChairperson for Sing It Loud Community Choir
As a Chorister, and eventually Head Chorister in our local church choir for eleven years, Jo was talented, dedicated and could always be relied on to work to the utmost of her undoubted abilities. I would expect that she would apply the same attributes to her professional life
P BuckmasterChoral Director
From cathedrals and abbeys, churches and stately homes, all steeped in centuries of history, some in Roman Towns others in quintessential English ‘picture postcard’ villages, every choir and musical ensemble should spend a tour exploring the United Kingdom and Ireland. Whatever part of the country you to choose to visit, by working with a knowledgeable team of people who know the regions inside out from both a tourism and musical perspective, you will be guaranteed the richest of touring experiences
Tim KnightBritish composer and Choral Director