Stage 9. Doolin – Galway17 Nov 2013

Stage 9. Doolin – Galway

We walked with calm the way between Doolin and Galway. It wasn’t very long (about 80 kms) and it let us walk away from the most touristic routes and know some less visited points. We saw the Muckinish Castle ruins, Corcomroe Abbey, Finavarra Peninsula and Dunguaire Castle before arriving to Galway and take a walk along its streets.

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Stage 8 (part 1). Burren National Park15 Nov 2013

Stage 8 (part 1). Burren National Park

During this stage we visited some of the points of interest of Burren National Park (first part): Doolin, Kilfenora High Crosses, Poulnabrone Dolmen and the coastal and panoramic that goes from Ballyvaghan to Doolin. The highlight of the day was the visit to the Cliffs of Moher (second part), where we went later in the afternoon.

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Stage 7. Tralee – Doolin7 Nov 2013

Stage 7. Tralee – Doolin

This day we went around part of West Coast of Ireland, getting close to the famous Cliffs of Moher. On our way from Tralee to Doolin we visited the cathedral and the Franciscan friary of Ardfert, the Ballybunion and Carrigafoyle castles, the cliffs where part of the “Invincible Army” crashed against, and the yellow falls of Ennistimon.

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