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Walk along Ireland’s own “Camino” pilgrimage route

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

Cnoc na dTobar, County Kerry (Moderate; 9km; 3.5 hours): Cnoc na dTobar or Knocknadobar was a sacred pilgrimage site in prehistoric and medieval times. The route begins near  St. Furze’s holy well and is marked by 14 Stations of the Cross leading to a Celtic cross on the summit plateau.

KNOCKNADOBAR,IRELAND
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