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Welcome to the second stage of our route through Ireland! After an exciting first stage between Dublin and Waterford, we begin this second one in which we will cross the 259 kilometers that separate Waterford of Killarney (place from which we will cross the Ring of Kerry the following day).
At this stage, we set out for the south-west of Ireland stopping at the villages of Dungarvan, Ardmore, Cobh (whose cathedral is really impressive) and Cork. And if you thought that in this stage we were not going to see nature, get ready because in the Ring of Beara you will find some of the most beautiful cliffs of the trip. Shall we start? 😉
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If you would like to read more information about our route through Ireland you can find it here: complete guide to Ireland.
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Here is the video guide on the first stage of our route through Ireland by car, in case you don’t want to read too much:
Detailed tour of the second stage of our route through Ireland
In the following map, you will be able to see in detail which was our route in this second stage of our route through Ireland and in addition all the interesting points of interest that you will find in the way:
We have also prepared this other map with all the points of interest of the second stage of our route through Ireland so that you can get an idea of what you are going to find at each point of the route (these are undoubtedly our favorite places):
Tour and points of interest of the second stage of our route through Ireland
You can download HERE the map in high quality to see it better.
What to see on the route between Waterford and Killarney
We started this second stage of the route through Ireland having breakfast at a kilometre beach where we couldn’t stop taking pictures: Clonea Beach. After the picnic and leaving the beach behind with much grief, we begin the adventure of this second stage, which is true that at the level of points of interest is one of the ‘weakest’ of our route through Ireland. However, we were able to enjoy the deep nature and a lot of animals along the way: cows, sheep, goats … With what we like!