The scenery of the southwest is absolutely magnificent: the mellow charm of Kinsale Harbor, the rugged scenery that winds you towards Glengarriff and its island filled with subtropical vegetation, the pretty 19th-century town of Kenmare, the translucent lakes of Killarney, and the ever-changing light on spectacular seascapes on the Dingle Peninsula. Relish the fabled beauties of this lovely part of Ireland. Take time to detour to Blarney to take part in the tradition of climbing atop Blarney Castle to kiss the stone that is said to confer “the gift of the gab.” Do not hurry: allow time to linger over breakfast, enjoy a chat over a glass of Guinness, sample freshly caught salmon and scallops, and join in an evening singsong in a local pub.
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