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Dingle Peninsula Walk

The Dingle Peninsula is one of the most spectacular regions on Ireland's West Coast. Moreover it is steeped in history, mythology and traditional Irish culture. There is no other landscape in Western Europe with the same density and variety of archaeological monuments. This mountainous finger of land, jutting into the Atlantic Ocean, has supported various tribes and populations for at least 6,000 years. It is impossible to visit the Dingle Peninsula and not be impressed by its archaeological heritage, which ranges from prehistoric times through the Early Christian period to the Middle Ages. There are plenty of small hamlets to enjoy good Irish cheer along the way and in the evenings you will stay at a selection of B&B's, chosen for their good character, location and excellent Irish breakfasts.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Join Tralee
DAY 2 Begin walk on the "Dingle Way" to village of Camp (5hrs)
DAY 3 To Annascaul (5hrs)
DAY 4 To Dingle via Minard Castle (6hrs)
DAY 5 Historic walk around Slea Head to Dunquin, return to Dingle (5.5hrs)
DAY 6 Remote walk crossing to the northern side of the Peninsula to Cloghane (6.5hrs)
DAY 7 Plateau walk to Annascaul (5hrs)
DAY 8 Return to Tralee, trip concludes

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Trip Code: IDP
Trip Grading: Moderate
Duration:  8 days
Activities:  Inn to Inn Walking
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price: $1,190.00 USD

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