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  • 1 In Dublin's Fair City

    Pedestrian, 12 km, 3 days

    A few tips and suggested visitor attractions in a city famous for its history, literary heritage and, of course, its 'craik'!

  • 2 Exploring the Antrim Coast

    By car, 112 km, 1 day

    Originally conceived in the 19C by architectural engineer Charles Lanyon to help supply potatoes to people in the Glens, the A2 has acquired a reputation as one of the most beautiful roads in Northern Ireland. The Antrim Coast, only twenty kilometres..

  • 3 The Dingle Peninsula

    By car, 88 km, 1 day

    This thin strip of land thrusting out into the sea bears the (disputed) name of its main town, and its new Irish name, An Daingean, is not to everyone's liking - even in this bastion of Gaelic-speak. The wild and craggy coast here was the setting for..

  • 4 The Ring of Kerry

    By car, 203 km, 1 day

    This scenic loop runs along the steep coast of Iveragh Peninsula to Killarney National Park with its lakes, waterfalls and glacial gaps. A hilly region with the country's highest peaks, it is also the birthplace of Daniel O'Connell, the "Libera..

  • 5 The Wicklow Mountains

    By car, 104 km, 1 day

    These granite mountains south of Dublin, the cradle of Christianity in Ireland, are imbued with the mystic aura of St. Kevin who lived here in the sixth century. As for the name Wicklow, it seems straight out of a Celtic legend with its fairytale lan..

  • 6 Connemara

    By car, 37 km, 1 day

    Its sparkling lakes, mountain peaks and meadows are legendary. Oscar Wilde praised its ''wild beauty'', which embodied the Ireland imagined by John Ford in his film "The Quiet Man" in the 1950s. Starting from Clifden, the main town in Conne..

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