After a four day tour of scotland, my wife and I are planning a 7 day driving tour of southern Ireland in early June. I originally planned on doing Belfast to Cork, but decided to take some advice on here and stick with northern or southern Ireland, so southern Ireland it is!
We are looking for something leisurely, nature-seeing, and relaxing. I would like to avoid hotel-hopping every night. Here are some things we definitely want to do: Cliffs of Moher, Ring of Kerry, and Skellig Michael.
Things we are otherwise considering are Cashel and Dingle Peninsula. Here is a rough draft.
Sunday- fly into Dublin and spend the night
Monday- drive out to Cliffs of Moher, overnight in Limerick
Tuesday- Drive to Cahsel for the Day, overnight again in Limerick
Wednesday- Drive half of Ring of Kerry, and stay overnight Cahersiveen
Thursday- Skellig Michael, overnight again Cahersiveen
Friday- Finish Ring of Kerry and stay overnight in Kenmare or Killarney
Satudray- wake up and make our way to Cork eventually
Monday morning- fly back home
I'm just wanting to check that this is feasible. I have a feeling this is non-sense, but I'm afraid that this is too slow paced and my wife and I will sit around staring at each other when we are done for the day at noon. Is this too slow paced, or is it just right considering we want plenty of time to relax and take it all in outside of a car. Also, would you suggest two nights in Kenmare/Killarney or two nights in Cork? Thank you everyone.