2/10 The Dingle Way, Ireland

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There are many breathtaking trails in Ireland, but the diverse landscape of the Dingle Peninsula makes this trek one of the best. The nine-day, 112-mile journey travels through charming villages, past idyllic golden beaches at the edge of churning, turquoise waters, rugged cliffs, stone ruins, evergreen forests and lush, emerald hills. Some of the finest archaeological sites in the country will be encountered, including ogham stones and a multitude of beehive huts. 

You'll share your adventure with plenty of sheep, goats and wild horses along the way. The adventure completes a circuit of the peninsula, starting and finishing in Tralee, the capital of Kerry.