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Explore the islands and peninsulas of Ireland's southwest side on this 7-day itinerary. Start out in the former smuggler's landing port at the village of Baltimore, then head out for hikes along the coastline, up the stone steps of the island of Skellig Michael, and out on the Blasket Islands. Meet the local puffins and basking sharks along with dairy products and musical pub traditions as you travel along the Cork and Kerry Way.
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Walking is a popular activity in Ireland, for natives and visitors alike, but which are the best Irish routes to choose? Here you'll find seven of the best, namely six of the popular signposted long-distance routes, and a combined suggestion of two-day trips up Ireland's most popular mountains. Pick at your leisure, but never forget to stay safe—good walking gear is essential in any case.
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On Ireland's beautiful southwest, five great peninsulas – Dingle, Iveragh, Beara, Sheep's Head and Mizen – stretch miles out into the Atlantic Ocean. Breathtaking views unfold at every turn here, and there's a distinctly edge-of-the-world feel to these fingers of land stretching out into the wild waters.
Beyond the pale of Dublin's fair city, where tourists pour into the Guinness Storehouse at St. James's Gate, there's a rebellion of flavor brewing with the country's latest wave of craft beer. To get a taste of it, spend a week sampling seven of som...