Vintage Porsches drive Ireland’s epic Wild Atlantic Way

The road at the edge of the world

A fleet of 38 Porsche enthusiasts took on the world’s longest continuous driving route – Ireland’s stunning Wild Atlantic Way, named ‘the most scenic drive in the world’ by The Huffington Post.

Organised by the passionate and dedicated team at Porsche Club Ireland, the inaugural Wild Atlantic Way trip attracted Porsche drivers from around the world sparking the interest of fighter pilots, rally drivers, land speed record breakers and automotive craftsmen.

This winding and picturesque road runs the entire length of Ireland’s rugged west coast, over 1550 miles. The trail offers up stunning scenery, from soaring cliff-tops, golden beaches, jutting headlands and of course, the wild and crashing Atlantic Ocean, which over the years has shaped the area’s jagged and alluring coastline.

“The Wild Atlantic Way shows you every challenge of driving, but in the most beautiful countryside you could ever come across”, reflects Mel Nolan, a former world speed champion and Wild Atlantic Way native.

Want to embark on your own exhilarating adventure? Whether you’d like to explore the west coast’s entire length like the Porsche crew, or would prefer to break it into sections, there’s a unique Wild Atlantic Way getaway for everyone.