You have arrived in the South West corner, the beautiful county Kerry. Now you are packed and ready to go. What should you do and where? A plan is essential for any visitor or traveller who wants to make a grand tour around the Dingle Peninsula. It's also important to have a map and a plan.
The Dingle Peninsula is a point on land that juts out into the Atlantic Ocean, and has its back to Slieve Mish Mountain. The scenery of the area is constantly changing. You will see unspoilt coastline, dramatic dark mountains and bustling villages. You can also look for Dingle Way Walking Tours online.
This traditional county Kerry area sees an increase in population as more people travel from all over the world to experience the Dingle sun and space.
You will start south-west of Tralee and work your way to Camp and Castlegregory. You'll find charming Dingle homes and cottages everywhere, whether you drive or walk. After you have enjoyed the Castlegregory seaside, it is time to head west towards Cloghane.
You will find Ballycurrane or Dunquin, which are both traditional Irish coastal villages, as you head west. You can also take the Conor Pass from Cloghane to Dingle if you want to "cut corners", but this is not for the faint-hearted.