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Ireland in September for two weeks

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We are planning a trip to Ireland this September for two weeks. Planning on renting a car and travelling around. Not sure if we are going to fly into Shannon or Dublin as of yet but we are planning on travelling down to Killarney or Kenmare and while down in this area driving the Ring of Kerry, as well as take a day trip out to the Skelligs from Portmagee.
From here we would like to go to Dingle. Dingle to Adare and then from Adare to Doolin to see the Cliffs of Moher.Then we would like to head up into Northern Ireland to see the Giants Causeway.
Are there any suggestions on the direction of the route or how long we should stay in each place. Or is this going to be to much for the two weeks?
Or are there any other suggestions for great places to stop and see. We like walking/ hiking
Thanks

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