The Dingle Peninsula is famous for its natural beauty and its stunning sea, cliff and mountain scenery; Hopefully these should be at their best in September.
The Festival will take full advantage of this idyllic environment and the many ancient monastic and archaeological sites 0n the peninsula. There is a wide variety of accommodation and restaurants in Chorca Dhuibhne to suit different budgets and every taste.
There will be easy, moderate and difficult walks. The difficult walks should prove a decent challenge for experienced, regular hillwalkers. We also plan to incorporate a Biodiversity Walk and a Mindfullness Walk into the programme.