Visiting Ireland ? Then you MUST visit the Dingle Peninsula and drive the Ring of Kerry !
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Driving the Ring of Kerry is surely a wonderful treat. We also drove the Skellig Ring, went to Knightstown on Valentia Island, Dingle and the Dingle Peninsula, Portmagee (omg the cutest town in Ireland) and even to a cute little cheese shop.
We stayed overnight in Kilorglin, Killarney, and Kilkenny, and Limerick.
#Ireland is very charming and enchanting! I must return! It reminded me a lot of #Alaska and of #Oregon.
DO NOT FORGET THAT THEY DRIVE ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE ROAD THAT THE AMERICANS DO!!!! I nearly got into a wreck 10 minutes after picking up the rental car in Cork !!!!!
omg i must quick working on this stuff so late at night! I have uploaded this and didn't even add a music track to it! lol omg! sorry about that! I even gave credit to the music writer and there IS NO MUSIC! #lmao!
Best Roads to Drive on Around The World!
What are the best roads to drive on around the world? Is it simply just the autobahn? Or is it something like a scenic route, like Route 1 in California, aka the Pacific Coast Highway? Find out about all the best and most interesting roads to drive on around the world in this video!
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Here's a list of the best road to drive on around the world!
12 - Stelvio Pass, Italy
Its popularity as one of the highest roads to pass through the European Alps has certainly impressed many people. After a very popular 2008 Top Gear article that named the Stelvio Pass the best driving road in the world, the road has pretty much become a star. Unfortunately, given its increasing popularity, the road has become congested, with hundreds of tourists and cars going through it all day long.
Experts recommend driving in a north to west direction, which allows you to see its famous wall of switchbacks, and getting a first hand look at Stelvio National Park, with its beautiful alpine forests, and fun driving roads. At the foot of the pass, a valley lets you get some great pictures, and a little up north you’ll find the connecting Swiss Pass.
11 - Pacific Coast Highway, California
Considered one of the most scenic rides any driver can have, the Pacific Coast Highway, is a 123 mile long California Road that extends from the very popular Big Sur Coast Highway up to San Luis Obispo North Coast Byway. With a combination of mountains and great ocean views, this particular road starts at the popular little town of Monterey and allows any driver to experience some very scenic landscapes that include Hearst Castle and California's multiple oak forests.
Because of its steep curves and high inclinations, it's no wonder the road is extremely popular by motorcyclists, so anyone that’s into riding, should really think about the option. Because the highway is designated as an All-American Road, In addition to serving as a route to the greater Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay areas, certainly makes this a road a very popular scenic road!
10 - Combe Laval, France
Constructed between 1861 and 1898, this widely popular route has been recognized as the most beautiful road in the French Alps. Considering its challenging climbs, nowadays it’s better known as a path for cyclists looking to experience an extreme adventure. Parts of the road are filled with narrow tunnels and cut straight into a cliff, which sounds like it certainly provides some amazing views!
The architectural concept used to created the road is very rare: they carved the whole path straight into the walls of the Vercors mountain, connecting it with a road to the Royan mountains. The way they managed to cut two mountains and create a whole new access through still impresses many people to this day, including myself!
9 - Conor Pass, Ireland
The Irish mountains are known for its never-ending green scenery, cloudy but beautiful ambience, and legends of leprechauns with 4-leaved clovers. Well, maybe they’ve figured out leprechauns with 4 leaf clovers.
But, with this road, there’s still the proverbial pot of gold. Conor Pass is known as the highest mountain road in all of Ireland, and has managed a reputation as one of the only ways to experience the Celtic nation's true essence. Reaching 1,495 feet in height, the pass connects the southernmost part of south western Ireland, in Dingle, all the way up to Castlegregory in the north east.
As with many other roads, weather conditions are super important to take into consideration before doing any spirited driving. During rain, visibility can be minimal, which of course heightens risk for accidents. There’s also the story of a man who lost his life at the highest part of the pass, and is said to haunt visitors who don’t comply to the safety measures. Hmmm maybe he’s a leprechaun too!
8 - Milford Road, New Zealand
This hidden gem in the region of Fiordland New Zealand seems to certify the country's popularity. Extending through Fiordland National Park and even a World Heritage Area such as Te Wahipounamu, Milford Road is a tourist destination that provides some of the best views of raw, untouched nature. The 4-hour drive has great photo opportunities of landmarks such as Eagleton Valley and the pristine Mirror Lakes.
Ireland's West Coast: Galway to Cliffs of Moher, to Dingle
Our scenic drive from Galway to Dingle, Ireland, travels through various small towns with several stops along the way to admire fine Irish views.
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This coastal route is called the Wild Atlantic Way. From Galway City, we drive south to Oranmore and then to Kinvara. Turning right in Kinvara, we went through the Burren in County Clare, down to the Cliffs of Moher. And from the Cliffs of Moher we came down the west coast of Clare. We came down to Liscannor and continued on into Lahinch. From Lahinch we went down the west coast all the way down to Doonbeg. We had lunch in Kilrush and then caught our ferry across the River Shannon. We came into North Kerry, to Tarbert. And from Tarbert we came into Listowel. And from Listowel we went to Tralee, and from Tralee – we stopped in Tralee. We had a look at the gardens in Tralee and the history museum. We went to Camp, Lispole and on into Dingle and the Dingle Peninsula.
Kerry, Southwest Ireland - Unravel Travel TV
Kerry is a land of deep lakes, wild mountainous landscapes and a rugged coastline. You won't fail to be enchanted by its wealth of natural attractions or step back in time at incredible historical sites. And when the day's activities are done, visitors can relax in buzzing towns like Kenmare, Killarney, Tralee and Dingle. They don't call it the Kingdom for nothing.
Kerry boasts a coastline carved over millennia by a wild ocean, Ireland's 10 highest peaks, its most iconic mountain passes and a vast national park with the country's oldest oak forests. This landscape provides a spectacular arena for those who love outdoor pursuits and adrenalin highs. Golfers too are spoiled for choice with world-class links courses like Ballybunion, Waterville and Dooks. Visitors can relax in buzzing towns like Kenmare, Killarney, Tralee and Dingle where old Irish traditions of storytelling, music and dancing are alive and well.
Killarney & the Ring of Kerry
For many people around the world, the Ring of Kerry drive encapsulates their image of Ireland. The spectacular scenery, dramatic coastline, colourful towns and villages and ancient archaeological treasures have been featured in postcards, film, poetry and song.
Beginning and ending in Killarney, each twist and turn on the road will reveal new sights - windswept cliffs, breathtaking scenery, spectacular lakes, rich flora and fauna, green and yellow chequered hills and unspoilt beaches.
Dingle Peninsula and North Kerry
Peace and tranquility are synonymous with the Dingle Peninsula. Life moves at an unhurried pace in this Gaeltacht area, but the local people are quick to offer you the opportunity to share their unique culture and heritage.
Uncover North Kerry and feel at home amongst the people, as every visitor has a special role to play -- all you have to do is cheer, laugh, whistle and tap your shoe in keeping with the tune to the heart of rural Ireland's beat.
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What to Know About Walking, Hiking, Biking the Dingle Way in Ireland
The Dingle Way is an Irish long-distance walking trail in southwest of Ireland. The trail is 179km/111m long and takes an average of 8-9 days to walk.
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Blarney Castle - County Cork - Ireland
The park and view of Blarney Castle in Blarney County Cork Ireland. Amazing and beautiful it is a must see if you ever travel to Ireland. Hope you Enjoy!!
Blarney Castle is a medieval stronghold in Blarney, near Cork, Ireland, and the River Martin. Though earlier fortifications were built on the same spot, the current keep was built by the MacCarthy of Muskerry dynasty, a cadet branch of the Kings of Desmond, and dates from 1446.
The Dingle Way in Ireland – 170 km in 6 minutes
A series of photographs of the Dingle Way Ireland - Coastal Route: From Blennerville to Camp, Annascoul, Dingle, Ballyferriter, Cuas, Cloghane, Castlegregory and Tralee.
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“The Dingle Way Soundtrack” (excerpt)
Voyage en Irlande en camping car entre frère.
Musique: TheFatRat - Monody (feat. Laura Brehm)
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Voyage en Irlande - Mars 2018
Tour de l'Irlande en Camping Car à 7 potes en mars 2018.
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Musique : Oasis - Don't look back in anger