The Dingle Peninsula was made famous by David Lean's movie, "Ryan's Daughter". We drove along the south shore of the peninsula, viewing plenty of vistas of heathery mountains, sandy stretches of beach and rocky headlands. The road is extremely narrow and in places, looks directly down sheer cliffs, which can be a little nerve racking especially when you're trying to concentrate on driving on the left side of the road. There are few other places in the world that offer such captivating scenery.
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