Today Jennifer and I walked one of the oldest pilgrim paths in Ireland – the Saints’ Road.
It starts in a beautiful little fishing village called Ventry west of Dingle, and ends at Mount Brandon. The full path is 18kms – we only walked a section – but it was spectacular.
It was great to get out on a pilgrim path again – the weather was perfect, unusual for this time of the year, and the air was clean and crisp. Early spring flowers were in bloom along the path.
We saw a few other walkers on the path – six in total – but it was largely deserted. And this on a gorgeous sunny Sunday.
Jennifer and I are starting to figure out a Celtic Camino, which would follow these ancient Irish pilgrim paths. They have their own particular way markers –
Here are some shots from today’s walk…