South of Ireland hiking tour – Day 7

The Dingle Peninsula is a treasure trove of ancient history and grand panoramas, and the streets of Dingle beckon with an array of unique shops, cafes and pubs. But getting there is half the fun, so on our westward journey we take some superb walking diversions! Inch Strand is a three-mile long beach abruptly jutting out into Dingle Bay at the foot of the Slieve Mish Mountains. On the Dingle Way in the parish of Minard, we explore a ruined castle, holy well and storm beach. After arriving into Dingle town and checking into our lodgings, the remainder of the day is free for exploring on your own. Your guides will recommend the best places to eat, shop and play. For guests wishing to hike, there are scenic walks along Dingle Harbour that start right in town. We have two nights to enjoy the legendary nightlife in Dingle’s many pubs, including an invite to a private afternoon trad concert at one of Dingle’s most famous music pubs. Breakfast included. Lunch and dinner on your own.

Hiking: 1+ miles, 2+ hours; Terrain: Beach, harbor paths, paved roads and low coastal elevation; Example: Inch Beach is 3 miles, no ascent. Driving: 2 hours.