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Posted by on Aug 6, 2011 in Outdoor, Scenery, Southwest | 7 comments

Life’s a Beach… Inch Strand on the Dingle Peninsula

Magnificent Sky from McKay Glasgow on Vimeo.

This video brings me back to my first experience driving on an Irish beach. For me, it was at Dungannon on the Hook Head Peninsula in County Wexford. This one was filmed on Inch Strand on the Dingle Peninsula (Corca Dhuibhne in Irish… even if the film-makers say it’s Ventry Bay).

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7 Comments

  1. Well, you knew I was going to turn up with a comment, didn’t you!:)
    And what can I say, except that no camera can really catch it. Like the happy guys in that car, you just have to be there.

    • I was thinking of you as I posted :)

      It truly is a spectacular spot.

  2. I’ve been there, but I biked from Dingle. I don’t think I’ll ever drive in Ireland.

  3. Gotta say I agree with ehalvey – bikes and feet are best on beaches. Just come in from Ventry Strand myself. Glorious sun, high, white clouds, deep blue sky, and four horses, with bareback riders, swimming happily in the ocean. (Very suitable in the month of Lughnasa.) Jellyfish today, though. Not sure how horses feel about them, but I kept my shoes firmly on!

  4. Thats not Ventry … that’s Inch. Sorry guys.

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