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Day 1
4 Stops

Blennerville - Tralee - Dingle

The first day on this three-day route begins at Blennerville near Tralee, where wildlife and history meet, before moving on to the beach and sand spit at Castlegregory along the Conor Pass - a mountain crossing with fantastic views. You'll visit the Irish-speaking village of Brandon, with its own mountain. There are many points to stop off for food or drink when you're in need of some relaxation.

Day 2
3 Stops

Dingle - Killorglin - Waterville

Day Two of your three-day Wild Atlantic Way journey begins in Dingle, a great town for a wander around, not to mention the selection of excellent pubs and restaurants. From here, you'll travel along the scenic, windswept south of the Dingle Peninsula towards Killorglin, home to the oldest festival in Ireland, Puck Fair. Your route will then take you down the gorgeous Iveragh Peninsula coast into Cahersiveen and on to lovely Waterville.

Day 3
2 Stops

Waterville - Caherdaniel

Day Three of this itinerary could easily begin with a spot of fishing or golf in Waterville, one of the many jewels in the 'Kingdom' of Kerry. There's local food to enjoy, too, or you can learn a little Irish history at Derrynane House near the village of Caherdaniel, the next stop on your route. After your last day of adventures, why not follow a spot of well-earned relaxation with yet more exploration on the The Wild Atlantic Way?

Route Map

This three-day route will take you to several of Kerry's most beautiful and vibrant places, from Blennerville near Tralee to happening Dingle and beyond to relaxed Caherdaniel.

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