From Fionn MacCumhail to Com Dhíneol
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A guided walk along the spectacular Dingle Way and Wild Atlantic Way: "From Fionn MacCumhail to Com Dhíneol". A day's easy hike through the landscape, mythology and history of the Dingle Peninsula.
From Fionn MacCumhail to Com Dhíneol - a guided walking tour along the Dingle Way on the Wild Atlantic Way.
It’s all about how deep one wants to go.
One may visit the Dingle Peninsula and drive the famous Slea Head route viewing a kaleidoscope of stunning scenery. The car keeps moving and you too move on, left with a slightly melancholic feeling having experienced the beauty so briefly.
Now walk to Slea Head. Walk through varied landscape, gaze at the waters of Ventry Bay as you stroll the beach with Mount Eagle in the fore ground. Take it all in. Notice the Norman Fort, Rathinane Castle.
Take a deep breath. Hear the sounds, waves, birds and conversation. As one makes their way west at this perfect pace you enter the landscape. Onto mountain track with the Skelligs on the horizon and sheep grazing close by, thinking, talking. Hear some stories, get some context. One reaches Slea Head with the Blaskets rolling out in front of you and you’re ready. No comparison.
Celtic Nature Walking Tours offers the above experience in the guise of a guided walk by Kevin O’Shea, From Fionn MacCumhail to Com Dhíneol.