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It is said to be Irland’s most famous road, combining breathtaking viewpoints with a wide-ranging cultural offer: the Ring of Kerry.
Walking in the South West of Ireland: following the Kerry Way
On the southwest coast of Ireland, it runs through dark forests, rugged plateaus, idyllic lakes and white beach passages. The long-distance hike (214 km) runs through the entire Iveragh Peninsula and is, therefore, the longest walking route in Ireland.
Walkers, nature lovers and photographers are equally drawn to the former Irish trade route to experience the Lakes of Killarney, the McGillycuddy Reeks or the Derrynane National Park at close quarters. Usually, it takes nine days covering the whole route. Most tourists start in Killarney, which also marks the end of the Kerry Way.
Surfers’ coast: between Donegal Town and Erris
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Cliffs of Moher: Europe’s highest cliffs
The mighty Cliffs of Moher in County Clare is one of the most important sights in Ireland. They offer a unique view over the wild power of the Atlantic Ocean and the breathtaking beauty of the Irish west coast.
The cliffs rise to 214 meters in height and extend over eight kilometers. They are among the highest cliffs in Europe. From the cliffs, you have a view of the wild and romantic Aran Islands, Galway Bay, the beautiful mountain ranges of Connemara, including the Twelve Bens and the Maum Turk Mountains and the Loop Head peninsula in the south. If you like it especially impressive and adventurous, take a boat trip to the foot of the cliffs.