Wild Atlantic Way Guided Walk

A guided walk on the Dingle Peninsula

Walk the Wild Atlantic Way

A guided walk on the Dingle Peninsula taking in some of Ireland’s finest scenery. Beginning at The Blasket Island Interpretative Centre, Dunquin some 10 miles (16km) West of Dingle Town, this gentle walk brings you along stunning scenery overlooking the Blasket Island archipelago on the Wild Atlantic Way. The Blasket Islands immediately evoke the story of the islanders, their time passed now but who in the twilight years of their tradition created their own genre within Irish literature. This 3 or 4 mile  gentle walk guided by Kevin O’ Shea features stories of Fionn MacCumhail, the Vikings, the Celts, the mythology and history of the Dingle Peninsula and much more all while walking through a taste of paradise. 

Things to bring

  • Bring good walking shoes
  • Warm clothing
  • Rain gear
  • Water and some snacks

Up to 6 people

Meet at Blasket Island Interpretative Centre, Dunquin at 10 am. Pre booking essential.

Available throughout the year. 

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