Dingle Way - Michael Thaler - Shutterstock

Dingle Way

Dingle Way - Michael Thaler - Shutterstock

The Dingle Way is a hiking route, located in the heart of the Dingle Peninsula, in County Kerry, Ireland. It is 153km long and goes around the peninsula, offering breathtaking scenery, alternating bays, beaches and magnificent cliffs.

Do the Dingle Way circuit

A circuit in the heart of Gaelic Ireland

The Dingle Way (Sli Chorcha Dhuibhne in Gaelic), starts from Tralee, then passes through Camp, Cloghane, Ventry, Dingle, Annascaul, Inch, Killelton and ends at the starting point, Tralee.

Of course, it will take several days to walk around it, but the difficulty is not insurmountable either, and should be suitable for average walkers.

The trail, marked in black and yellow, will take you past magnificent sites, including megaliths and ruined castles (such as Ballycarberry Castle). For the brave, you can also climb the Brandon Pass, which culminates at 640 metres. On the program, an exceptional view of the surroundings and the sea!

Do not hesitate to leave well equipped, with a windbreaker, and a good sweater: some corners are very windy, because exposed to the ocean! As for stops and accommodation, don’t hesitate to settle down in the many villages along the circuit. All of them offer restaurants, Irish Pubs, as well as cosy B&Bs.

Practical informations

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Lieu : (County Kerry)

Coordonnées GPSGPS : 52.270639,-9.702881

DistanceDistance: 153km

DurationDuration: approximately 10 days

DifficultyDifficulty: Moyen

Point de départPoint de départ : Tralee | Point d'arrivée : Tralee

Équipement conseilléÉquipement conseillé : Chaussures de randonnées, Sac à dos, Coupe vent, Pull, Eau et nourriture

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