Distance & Duration
Ascend to Moll’s Gap from Kenmare, then descend through the picture-postcard valleys and lakes of Killarney National Park. Continuing past Killarney, the route then leads to the attractive city of Tralee. The Dingle Peninsula is the next stop, and a short detour will lead drivers to a magical encounter with Ireland’s dunes and beaches beyond the town of Castlegregory. From here, proceed to Connor Pass, which sits below Mount Brandon, the third highest summit in Ireland. A short descent then leads to the quaint and pretty township of Dingle, which, being located in the Gaeltacht (Irish language speaking region) is about as Irish a place as you’ll ever find.