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Help with Ireland itinerary

My husband and I are planning a trip to Ireland in September. We will be flying into Shannon and heading for Galway City for 3 nights. After that, we plan to head to Doolin and the Cliffs of Moher for one night, then to Dingle for 2 nights, Kenmare for 2 nights, Kinsale for 2 nights and then spend the last night in Ennis to be close to the airport.

We would appreciate any suggestions about this itinerary. We plan to tour each area where we are spending two nights. Will take a slow drive from Kenmare to Kinsale seeing the area west of Kinsale before arriving there in the early evening. Will that give us enough time in Kinsale? What about Kenmare? Is there enough to see there to warrant two nights or should we add one more night in Kinsale or Dingle instead?

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