Irish hiking has all of the charms of hiking in England or Scotland with its own unique Irish flare. Our Ireland’s Dingle Way self-guided trek takes you to the remote and cheerful Dingle Peninsula.
The villages in Dingle are as quaint as they come. At night local bands play traditional music while pints of beer flow freely, small seaside villages cling to the dramatic Atlantic coastline, and wandering hiking trails travel through fields full of sheep and lambs. The village of Dingle itself has over 52 unique pubs to visit! If you are looking to experience the full comfort and hospitality of Irish culture, there is no place better than the Dingle Peninsula to do it. The locals here are extremely welcoming and are all excited to share the unique quirks of Irish life and hiking with visitors. Emerald fields and the fierce roar of the Atlantic Ocean are just some of the natural wonders you will see along the Dingle Way!
Self Guided Tours: Ireland
The Dingle Peninsula is the Ireland that we dream about on St. Patrick’s Day. Rugged coastlines and windswept hills give way to unspoiled villages and cozy B&Bs. Sheep graze contentedly while the sounds of Irish ditties spill from local pubs and into the surrounding countryside. The Dingle Way explores this ancient corner of Ireland during a 10-day tour. The trip begins in the heart of ...View Trip Details
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