After the hurricane of the day before we made an early start for the Dingle peninsula as we now would only have one day there instead of two.
The scenery was beautiful from the sea to the mountains and moorland, so we stopped several times to admire the views and take short walks.
We got to Camp Junction where we would be staying but as the weather was so nice we decided to drive around the peninsula first.
We saw a sign to Derrymore Beach and decided to take a longer stop there.
Driftwood washed in by the storm.
Such lovely views. Who would have thought that a hurricane had hit Ireland the day before!
We went inland across the dingle peninsula so we could go through the Connor Pass (An Chonair)
This road brought us back to Camp Junction and the bed and breakfast where we were staying.
The view from our window.
Not far to the pub for a Guinness!
View from the B&B car park.
It really was a pity that we only had one night here as it was such a lovely spot.
It was time to head on to Cahersiveen.
A trip of a lifetime. Thank you for sharing it with us.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous day. ♥
I agree; it was a shame you only had one night there, the photos are amazing. On the whole the country isn't much bigger than the state I live in....rather ironic.....and in the winter I seems like the whole state is covered in ice; thankfully it doesn't take 20,000 to go away !! ☺☺♥♥ReplyDelete
Such pretty, pretty greens and beautiful blues!ReplyDelete
With such beauty, I bet there is so much you can do and save for another visit. The dark side of the starkness is the loss of life in the war and since.ReplyDelete
What a lovely spot to stop.