DAY 3 Dingle to Kenmare: 185km (115 miles)
Before breakfast, go for a dip on marvelous Inch beach, 3 miles of pristine white sand. From Killorglin venture onto the Ring of Kerry and continue west to the Skellig islands. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was a film set for the latest Star Wars film. In Ancient times it was home to monks who sought a life of isolation in beehive shaped stone huts. Next stop its Waterville, where Charlie Chaplin returned, summer after summer, to holiday with his family. Derrynane was home to “The Emancipator” Daniel O’Connell and today, the town charms with its timeless beauty.
Your voyage ends in the spirited town of Kenmare with colourful knitwear shops, delis, cafés, pubs, and a gourmet fish and chip shop. Fight the tempation to linger and give in to a dreamy few days in this stunning corner of the world.