Taste the sea salt in the breeze as you cycle Ireland's rugged west coast. The Wild Atlantic Way is a 2,500km route along the country's western coastline from the north of Donegal to west Cork. Among the many spectacular locations on the trail, the jewel in the crown is Clew Bay in County Mayo, home to Ireland's most famous off-road cycle route, the Great Western Greenway. Launched as a 42km track on the disused Westport to Achill railway line, there is currently an extension in progress to bring this Greenway 10.2km inside Achill Island. Achill itself is best explored by bike and has three looped trails on the Achill Cycle Hub.