Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way (WAW) is a tourism route along the west coast of Ireland (Irish: Slí an Atlantaigh Fhiáin). Running from Donegal in the North to Cork in the South.
See more on Wikipedia.
You can check the Wild Atlantic Way on Fáilte Ireland.
Wild Atlantic Way relations
Wild Atlantic Way superroutecontains:
|Donegal||From X to X|
|Sligo Leitrim||From X to X|
|Mayo||From X to X|
|Galway||From X to X|
|Clare||From X to X|
|Kerry Limerick||From X to X|
|Cork||From X to X|
|All relations||NOT the super relation||http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/17W1|
Relation mapping guide
To avoid editing conflicts, the relation has been split into smaller parts with the following tags:
|name=Wild Atlantic Way - COUNTY|
|(blank) or 'forward' or 'backward'||highway=*||the ways making up the route.|
||tourism=information + information=guidepost||For destination signs bearing the WAW symbol|
||tourism=information + information=route_marker +
||For the iron gallows shaped markers|
||tourism=information + information=route_marker||For signs only showing the WAW symbol with no destination indicated|
Don't forget mapping the amenities (shelter, fountain, drinking water, bench, toilets, pharmacy... amenity=*), shops (shop=*) and other touristic features (hostel, camp, picnic_site, viewpoint... tourism=*) along the way that could have interest for the pilgrims, but WITHOUT including them into the relation.
- on Wikipedia
- openstreetmap.ie: Mapping the Wild Atlantic Way
- openstreetmap.ie: Wild Atlantic Way - an update