• Standing at the Old Head of Kinsale. Kinsale, enjoying the views on the Wild Atlantic Way.

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    8 Need-to-Know Facts about Ireland Wild Atlantic Way Tours

    Are you curious about Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way and what it has to offer? Look no further! In this travel blog, we’ve compiled 8 facts about Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. We love the Wild Atlantic Way, for its spectacular landscapes, its colorful towns and villages, and its rich culture and people. This is why we

  • Beautiful view from the Caha pass

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    Hiking and Biking on the Beara Peninsula

    The Beara Peninsula is a magical part of Ireland and it is one of Beyond the Glass Adventure Tours favourite sections of the Wild Atlantic Way. The Peninsula is located on the southwest coast of Ireland. It lies between the Sheep’s Head Peninsula to the south and the Iveragh Peninsula to the North. Here is

  • Rainbow

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    Autumn reflections.

    As Summer turns to Autumn the natural world slows and the preparation for Winter begins. Farmers fill their barns with crops, animals gather and store food for the oncoming winter and trees begin to shed their leaves. This year, as summer passes, I too find myself taking stock. When I set-up Beyond the Glass Adventure

  • View from Errisbeg, Co Galway. Beyond the Glass Adventure Tour on Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way.

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    Roundstone to Westport – Day 7 and Day 8 of our 8 Day Adventure Holiday on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.

    Have you ever been away in a beautiful location for a period of time and you begin to take where you are for granted? When I am leading tours and spend extended periods of time in the outdoors there are times when I begin to take where I am for granted. Then I cycle around

  • Hiking on the Wild Atlantic Way on the 8 Day Explorer Tour. Beyond the Glass Adventure Tour on Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way.

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    Day 6 – The Aran Islands and the Connemara Coast

    The following is a brief description of day 6 of our 8 Day Wild Atlantic Way Tour taken this May 2018. We began the adventure tour traveling west from Galway into Connemara. For the entire mornings journey the Atlantic waters of Galway Bay were on our left and beyond the Bay was the Burren of

  • Adventure Tours Ireland

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    The Wild Atlantic Way – A Working Land

    The Wild Atlantic Way, as well as being one of the world’s top tourist destinations, also provides a livelihood for people in many other trades and industries outside of tourism. The towns, villages, fields and harbours along Ireland’s Atlantic Coast are working communities, a lineage carried on for many generations from those who first moved

  • Taking it all in . . .

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    2017

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    Cycling the WILD ATLANTIC WAY in the Beara Peninsula, West Cork, Ireland.

    This is a short description of a cycle taken on sunday the 12th of November in West Cork along Irelands WILD ATLANTIC WAY. Today was a beautiful sunny day, a rare day for this time of year. I got up early and drove west from cork city towards the Beara Peninsula. My plan was to cycle the ring of Beara

  • Cycling between stone walls.

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    Biking, Hiking & Surfing in Kerry (Day 2 of 2)

    As you head further west into County Kerry, the landscape becomes wilder. Inland, the Mountains stretch to the horizon and they roll down to meet the wild ocean. This wild Irish landscape forces the roads into winding snake-like patterns. Travelling here you are reminded that humans can never truly conquer nature; but only work with it,

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