Etappe 3: Annascaul nach Dingle – Unterwegs auf dem Dingle Way
Hiking Highlight (Segment)
Irland planned a hike.
August 9, 2021
Stage 3 on the Dingle Way takes you almost 23 kilometers from Anascaul to the small port town of Dingle, which gives the peninsula its name. A varied hike awaits you on quiet back roads, green meadows and dirt roads. On the way you pass the ruins of Minard Castle and some dilapidated stone houses that are embedded in the gentle landscape.You leave Anascaul and set course for the coast. Soon you will reach the sandy bay, at the end of which is the Minard Castle - a wonderful place for a first break. Access to the ruin is blocked, but you have a wonderful view from the beach and a fantastic photo opportunity.On a panoramic, quiet road you hike a little further inland to Lispole. In the distance you can see the mountains towering up, which you will get to know better in the coming days. You wander through the green landscape and soon see the colorful houses of Dingle in front of you, today's stage destination.Dingle is a pretty town that welcomes you with its very special flair. Irish music can be heard from the pubs and cozy B & Bs offer you a roof over your head. It is worth strolling through the alleys and down to the harbor. Dingle is known for Fungie, probably the most famous dolphin in Ireland. He lived in the bay in front of the Dingle for 37 years. However, he has not been seen since October 2020. A statue was erected in the village in his honor.
August 11, 2021
Hiking Collection by Irland
Collection by Reeks District
Road Cycling Collection by Jesko