Refuge from wet winters
The best kept town in Ireland, it will give you refuge from the wet winters in the Deep Valley Peninsula (Dingle Peninsula). Landscapes that you can admire from the window of your cabin or from the chosen hostel, I recommend Neptunes, typical Irish in the center. The National Park, declared a Biosphere Reserve in 1982 will offer you opportunities for horseback riding, trekking through its green hills or visiting the last Gaelic fortress, to fall into the hands of the famous Oliver Cromwell. There are low cost flights from Alicante to Kerry in late July, perfect timing to enjoy the summer festival or during the winter months, from Dublin, down to the southwest can be very economical and fast by bus, touring the island on the narrow roads, which invade the urban town centers.