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Atlantic Way Touring is a modern company providing unique experiences to our guests. Allow us to take you on an adventure of a lifetime, discovering & experiencing Irelands infamous wild & rugged coastline that is the dramatic Wild Atlantic Way.

Based in Co. Clare, we are the third generation family run Chauffeur Touring Company. What we offer is a wealth of experience, knowledge & insight into the hidden treasures, breath taking scenery & diverse landscapes of The West Coast of Ireland, a precious gift which has been passed down from generation to generation.

Our aim & focus at Atlantic Way Touring, is to make sure you leave with special memories, incredible stories and lifelong friends. Come join us for the experience of a lifetime & let us help you to become acquainted with the real, untamed Wild Atlantic Way.


  • Atlantic Way Tours
  • Golfing Tours
  • Airport Transfer

We specialise in organising golf holidays for groups of all kinds, from a couple of golfers to a small group of friend, to large Golf Societies and even corporate golf trips.

Popular Tours

County Clare

Clare is a county in western Ireland with terrain ranging from rolling countryside to craggy Atlantic coastline. The Burren, a uniquely rocky wilderness area, shelters Stone Age monuments and ancient churches, and atop the 213m-high Cliffs of Moher, O’Brien’s Tower offers sweeping ocean views.. Outside the gateway town of Shannon, 15th-century Bunratty Castle and its folk park reenact medieval-era banquets.

County Kerry

County Kerry, in the peninsular southwest region of Ireland, is known for its pockets of Irish-language speakers and striking terrain. Passing rugged coastline and mountains, the Ring of Kerry is a popular scenic driving route skirting the edges of the Iveragh Peninsula. Within Killarney National Park’s 10,000-hectare limits are trails through forests, moorland and to landmarks like Torc Waterfall and Torc Mountain.

County Limerick

County Limerick sits in Ireland’s southwest. Beside the Shannon Estuary, the city of Limerick is home to the 13th-century King John’s Castle, on an island in the river. Nearby, the Hunt Museum displays a vast collection of art and antiquities in the old customs house. Southeast of here, archaeological sites like the Grange Stone Circle dot the countryside around Lough Gur, in the Ballyhoura Mountains.

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