Walking Tours in Dingle and Kerry

Country Kerry and Dingle are two of the most beautiful, natural landscapes in Ireland – from islands to costal cliffs, mountains to beaches, spectacular valleys and fresh air that you won’t find anywhere else, it’s the perfect place to find peace and truly connect with the outdoors. These spectacular lands are best explored on foot, and a great way to guarantee you experience the best of what they have to offer is with Celtic Nature’s hiking and walking tours!

What is there to do in Dingle?

Dingle is one of the most beautiful, from spectacular mountains to dramatic ocean cliffs, and historic areas in Ireland, containing the oldest found bones in Ireland and the UK! The best and most intimate way to explore Dingle is on foot - Celtic Nature offer a range of guided and self-guided walking tours to help you on your journey.

The Dingle Peninsula has a human history dating back 6000 years – from the prehistoric age right through the modern era, this area is full of fascinating history with over 2000 preserved monuments and ancient settlements to discover, making it one of the most breathtaking locations for walking and hiking in not just Ireland, but the whole of Europe! Explore the ferocity of the wild Atlantic Coast, enjoy mountain views and visit villages that are best explored on foot.

Get off the beaten track and discover the real hidden gems of Ireland, choosing from a range of fantastic guided or self-guided tours, taking your time to listen to and feel the pristine air of the Dingle Peninsula. Explore the most westerly shores of Europe, walking alongside the spectacular cliffs of Dunquin (recently used as a filming location for Star Wars!), looking out to the Atlantic Ocean and the towering Mount Brandon, Ireland’s second highest mountain, looming to the north.

Take a relaxed stroll around the historical Dingle town, with stories dating back as far as the 12th century waiting to be discovered – this is the perfect introduction to the area, where you can enjoy delicious locally made food and 800 years of history.

If you want more time to experience the wonder of Dingle, then Celtic Nature also offer a self-guided, 7-day tour. Enjoy the beauty of the area at your own pace – relax, walk and savour your connection with nature without the worry and hassle of arranging everything. Accommodation, meals and schedules of your trip are organised all in advance.

These tours are guaranteed to turn your trip to Dingle into an unforgettable experience, so head to their website now and explore their packages!

  • Activities can be incorporated into self-guiding packages (horseriding, diving etc). Include in enquiry message.
  • Guided Tours can last up to half a day (2-6 hours)
  • Make an enquiry for prices.

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