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CassaAn Italian social media star has been travelling Kerry by foot-bike, with assistance from Tourism Ireland.

Having set out from Belfast at the end of July, Roberto Cassa, a 24-year-old Italian student at the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, has travelled about 1,600 km over 17 days along the Wild Atlantic Way.

Roberto – an avid photographer – took on similar challenges in Iceland and Japan and has a considerable social media audience in Italy, with some 10,050 fans on Facebook.

REPRO FREE August 2016 – Roberto Cassa, a 24-year-old Italian student at the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio, has been doing something a little less ordinary during his summer break – travelling around the island of Ireland by footbike, with assistance from Tourism Ireland in Milan. He set out from Belfast and travelled along the Causeway Coastal Route and the Wild Atlantic Way before returning to Dublin. PIC SHOWS: Roberto Cassa cycling the Connor Pass.  Pic – Roberto Cassa (no repro fee) Further media info – Jennifer O’Riordan, Tourism Ireland, 01-476 3425

Roberto travelled to Dingle on his foot-bike over the Conor Pass and did the Ring of Kerry, posting lots of great photos of the spectacular scenery and of places like Killorglin and Glenbeigh.