1 April 2019
Stretching 111 miles, The Dingle Way is a circular path that offers the best way to get under the skin of wild County Kerry in Ireland’s south west.
Starting in the town of Tralee, the clockwise path follows narrow roads, known as boreens, taking in the wide sweep of sand at Inch Strand, passing along the clifftops outside Dingle town and heading around the edge of Mount Brandon, the highest peak on the Dingle Peninsula.
Ireland Ways arranges accommodation along the route, which can be tackled over as many as ten days.
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This weeks Peninsula Personality is Liadain Slattery, Walks Officer for the beautiful The Dingle Way, Slí Chorca Dhuibhne on
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