Itinerary at a glance
The Dingle Way is a popular hiking trail on the Dingle Peninsula in Ireland. It offers breathtaking scenery, historical sights and all kinds of charming villages to discover during the hike.
Your walking day starts along a delightful canal to the windmill at Blennerville. With wonderful views of Trallee Bay, you continue along a mountainside. A special highlight on the route is the varied vegetation, which is sure to enchant you.
You start across the Finglass River and hike steadily uphill. Your reward for the climb is the view over the surrounding peaks and the nearby sea. After a short while you reach a long sandy beach, Inch Beach. Wild roses and orchids line your path that takes you to the small village of Annascaul.
Today a wonderful walking route leads you from Lispole past farms and over countless sheep pastures. Your destination today is the lively small town of Dingle. The harbor town is located on the west coast of Ireland, where with a little luck you can watch dolphins on a boat tour or visit a Dingle Distillery.
A bus will take you to Ventry Beach. Here, several kilometres lead directly along the sea and over one of the most beautiful beaches in Ireland. Afterwards, you will discover Eagle Mountain, which enchants you with a dream view of the Blasket Islands. The stage stop Dunquin is not only the day's destination, but also the most westerly point in Europe.
In the morning a transfer to the port of Smerwick. Long sandy beaches await you here as well. Towards the end of the stage, there is a beautiful stretch of road along the cliffs of Smerwick Harbour. Feohanagh is the smallest town of the stage.
The "King's Stage" awaits you at the end of this hiking tour. This stage leads up to a pass at Mount Brandon and on through a fantastic nature reserve and then back to the sea Here you can enjoy great views of the coasts of the Dingle Peninsula. Brandon Pier, a small harbor, marks the end of your walking tour. Transfer back to Tralee.
Some of the paths are rocky and can be slippery in wet weather. On this long-distance hike there are always sections on paved side roads that need to be overcome. You avoid challenging sections with bus rides or transfers. Good basic fitness is required. Surefootedness is required for the descent from the pass on day 7.
Prices and dates
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Services & Information
Further details about this tour
- Accommodation as already mentioned
- Luggage transfer
- Transfers according to program
- Carefully elaborated route description
- Detailed travel documents 1x per room (German, English)
- Service hotline
Arrival / Departure
- irport Dublin or Cork.
- From Dublin Airport good connections by bus www.buseireann.ie via Newlands to Tralee in approx. 5 hours, approx. EUR 30 per person
- From Cork Airport with Buseireann via Parnell Place to Tralee in approx. 3 hours, approx. EUR 25 per person.
Things to note
- Tourist tax, if due, is not included in the price
- Bus journeys Annascaul – Lispole, Dingle – Ventry Bay, approx. EUR 8 per person.
- Further important information according to the package travel law can be found here!
- This tour is a partner tour.
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