Flanders Holiday on the Wild Atlantic Way Clifden Connemara

Posted on October 5, 2014 at 6:25 AM

'Home' actors Tina Maerevoet and Bill Barberis caravan along Ireland's west coast visiting Clifden ecoBeach Camping Clifden.

Friday, September 19, 2014


Photo: One - © 2014 VRT

The longest coastal route in the world, wild, primeval, magical, breathtaking. The Wild Atlantic Way is 2500 km long and is full of adventure, culture, nature and history. Three weeks camped 'Home' actors Tina Maerevoet and Bill Barberis along the rugged west coast of Ireland.


The caravan left them to Croagh Patrick, Ireland's holy mountain, to their final destination, to arrive. 1200km later in the south in Kinsale, to "Lovely to immerse ourselves! Under the catchy Irish culture and nature," says Tina and Bill. The viewer is enjoying with their penalty camping trip, from Saturday, September 20th for four weeks in 'Flanders Holiday' on One.


Saturday, September 20

Tina and Bill immediately start strong: with the ascent of Croagh Patrick, a 764 meter high pilgrimage that is visited by one million people. Reaching the top represents the Irish equivalent to getting rid of their sins and brings them very close to Saint Patrick. Sin Pretty Tina and Bill put the first kilometers with the caravan to the south where they find that the rugged coastline is the ideal place to do about it. Coasteering This adventure sport is a mix of swimming, climbing, scrambling and cliffdiven and pushes immediately especially Tina its borders. The caravan is installed on an eco-camping in Clifden with stunning views of the coast and a private beach. The perfect setting to toast to a successful start of their adventure.


The next day the horse to Omey Island where there is a lot of history to get. Chip and Popeye prove the perfect companions to take to the island that is only accessible at low tide with. More history to find Tina and Bill in Kylemore Abbey, a beautiful place to hold during the road trip. Equally halt


Further on the Wild Atlantic Way is Roundstone, a village with a picturesque harbor from which John, fisherman at heart, the duo takes to fish and catch lobster. A delicious booty that is tasted and approved immediately on the site.


'Flanders Holiday, "Saturday, September 20th at 18.10 and Sunday, September 21 at 17.10" target="_blank">http://" target="_blank">http://

Categories: Connemara Wild Atlantic Way, Whats happening in clifden, Whats happening in Connemara

Post a Comment


Oops, you forgot something.


The words you entered did not match the given text. Please try again.

You must be a member to comment on this page. Sign In or Register