Dunquin Harbour

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The winding path down to Dunquin Harbour.

 

 

Dunquin, or Dun Chaoin, harbour was the next stop on our drive around the Dingle Peninsula.  The harbour can’t be seen from the road, and is reached by a winding path.  The unusual path, the cliffs surrounding the harbour, and the view of the Blasket Islands make it a much photographed place.

 

 

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Just one of a seemingly endless series of charming little locations as you make your way round the coastline in this part of Kerry.

4 thoughts on “Dunquin Harbour

    1. Didn’t make it out unfortunately John. So many places we didn’t have time to see, and the family kept insisting on eating and other nonsense! We’ll definitely have to go back.

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