It's so exciting that you're almost here! Driving along the Wild Atlantic Way
to Killarney sounds like a great idea! You could start by driving from Dublin to Galway
, and then work your way down to County Kerry
along the coast. This is about a 5 hour drive in total without stopping, so you'll have time to see the sights
along the way.
Alternatively, if you decide to cross straight over to the west from Dublin it will take you almost 4 hours, and you can stop at the Rock of Cashel
along the way. It also takes you through the beautiful Ancient East of Ireland
and County Tipperary
The Ring of Kerry is great for a day trip, and if you get the chance you can check out the Beara Peninsula
below it as well.
The quickest way from the Dingle Peninsula
to the Cliffs of Moher is by ferry, so this is definitely a good idea! :) It takes around 30 minutes to get there, and it's a great way to see the cliffs and local wildlife. The puffins are still here in September, so hopefully you'll get to see them too!
Is this your first time visiting us? On some of the other threads you can find helpful information on driving on the left side of the road
and planning your itinerary around the West of Ireland
If there is anything else you need, please don't hesitate to reach out! We're always here to help. :)
Have a great weekend!