Trip created by Dawn Rainbolt
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Ireland is a small island full of rolling emerald hills dotted with sheep, cottages and ancient ruins. Along the west coast is the stunning 2,500 kilometre route, the Wild Atlantic Way. One of the most beloved parts of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way is the walking route, the Dingle Way.
The Dingle Peninsula is sometimes called “Ireland in miniature.” Combine breathtaking coastal scenery, fascinating archeological sites, and cosy pubs filled with traditional Irish music and colourful Irish characters. The internationally-renowned Dingle Way walking trail circumnavigates this unique peninsula, taking in quiet country lanes, mountain tracks and miles of sandy beach as it winds around Slea Head, Ireland’s most westerly point.
Stay in a perfect combination of small B&Bs in rural villages and countryside alike. Relax and enjoy your walking, with transport from Tralee taken care of, luggage transfers and private transfers to and from the start of the trail prearranged where required. By choosing a self guided trip, enjoy the flexibility of walking at your own pace.
This trip takes place in Ireland. Interested in other adventures on the Emerald Isle? Check out these trips from Wilderness Ireland.