I am having a very difficult time crafting an itinerary for a trip to Ireland this March. We are four young friends (in our late 20s) who are used to traveling together and are perfectly fine with fast-paced itineraries. We have three full days in Ireland (not counting our travel days in and out of the country) and we will have already visited other places before landing in Ireland, so we will not be adjusting to a large time difference.
We really want to make it to the Cliffs of Moher - this is our non-negotiable. We are, however, having a difficult time figuring out what to do with our other two days. I have heard (and read) many amazing things about Dingle, but it is worth trying to make the drive from Doolin? Will this consume too much of our time? We will also need to head back to Dublin on the third day from wherever we land. If we are not able to make it to Dingle, my thought is that we will split our time between Doolin & Galway. Is this a better option?
Any advice is helpful! Thank you.