Lazy Days Wild Camping on the Wild Atlantic Way

  The Wild Atlantic Way by Camper...  

Mizen Head Cork Wild Atlantic Way

  Mizen Head - County Cork  

View of Valentia Island, County Kerry on the Wild Atlantic Way

  Valentia Island - County Kerry  

Cliffs Moher Clare Wild Atlantic Way

  The Cliffs of Mohar - County Clare  

Lazy Days Camper Dakar Road Trip on the Wild Atlantic Way

  Incredible Scenery at every turn  

Actons Eco Campsite Clifden Galway Wild Atlantic Way

  Acton's Eco Campsite - Clifden - County Galway  

Lazy Days Campervan Wild Camping on the Wild Atlantic Way Ireland

  Home is Where you park it  

Lazy Days Camper Tonka on Rossbeigh Beach County Kerry Wild Atlantic Way

  Rossbeigh Strand - County Kerry  

Murder Hole Beach Donegal Wild Atlantic Way

  Murder Hole / Boyeeghter Strand - County Donegal  

Malin Head Donegal Wild Atlantic Way

  Malin Head - County Donegal  

Drive the Wild Atlantic Way in a Lazy Days VW Camper

The WAW is a 2500km route comprising 9 coastal counties and 26 offshore islands.

It is divided into 6 regions: Northern Headlands – Surf Coast– Bay Coast– Cliff Coast – Southern Peninsulas – Haven Coast.

Whether you walk, drive, clamber, climb, surf or swim a portion or end-to-end of this epic 2500km, the waters & the wilds of this Atlantic Way will leave you with the indelible impressions worthy of an iconic route.

The Wild Atlantic Way is listed among best drives in the world & joins Route 66 in Lonely Planet’s book 50 ‘Epic Drives of the World’ where it is reported as “untamed and utterly divine”.

From Malin Head to Mizen Head, the Wild Atlantic Way is not just a drive, it is a staggeringly beautiful journey that brings you from the tip to the toe of Ireland inundating your senses as you go. With unrivaled impressions of Erin’s isle and her raw rural poetic nature; you will have mist in your hair, muck on your wheels, salty sea spray on your face and smiles for miles.

This 2500km route will provide you with a taste of everything Ireland has to offer at its best. An abundance of jagged dramatic coast & crashing waves, towering cliffs, deserted pristine beaches, fields scattered with cows, sheep & stone walls, thatch roofs, castles, ink-calm lakes afoot impressive mountains, aurora borealis, surf, hiking, picturesque villages to buzzing towns & their pubs alive with traditional diddley-eye (music), mouth-watering food  & that very unique Irish craic (fun).