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Walk along Ireland’s own “Camino” pilgrimage route


“Pilgrim Paths” offer guided walks retracing the steps of penitents of the past.

Cosán na Naomh, County Kerry (Moderate; 18km; 4-5 hours): This ancient pilgrim route has a strong penitential tradition and “is one of the best ways to experience the elemental, skeletal topography of the west Kerry landscape,” according to Pilgrim Paths.

Tony Webster | CC

St. Finbarr’s Pilgrim Path, County Cork (Strenuous; 37km; 2 days): This route, for experienced walkers, crosses the Sheehy Mountains and valleys to Gougane Barra.

Sean MacEntee | CC

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