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Dingle and Slea Head Day Tour from Killarney
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Full Day Tour of The Dingle Peninsula Slea Head and Inch Beach
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Dingle Peninsula Private Tour from Kenmare
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Tour was unbelievable. Ray was informative and entertaining. Views were breathtaking. Lunch at Murphys in Dingle was homemade and plentiful.

Thank tjkkell
Reviewed 5 days ago

If you like scenery - I mean, you came to Ireland for that - right? Then this is a must-do. We enjoyed all the scenery, but especially liked Inch Beach, Ballydavid area, and Slea Head, the Louis Mulcahy pottery shop, and getting to see the...More

Thank Diana L
Reviewed 1 week ago

The drive around Dingle Peninsula took less time than the Ring of Kerry but the views were just as spectacular. If you don't see sea on everyday basis this is a must go. Slea Head Drive was excellent and the Dun Chaoin Pier is a...More

Thank Janulik
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a great drive down the peninsula and stopping by Inch beach for lunch and a pint. There is a beach at the end if it is hot and you want to take a dip. I would highly recommend the drive.

Thank ParkerJames
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful vistas at every turn. Stunning green landscapes. Rugged coastline. Photo op after photo op. Highly recommended.

Thank GlobeTrotterGuy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Atlantic coastal views are stunning, the further you drive the more fabulous it gets. On a clear day you may seethe Statue of Liberty.

Thank David L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

First, let's explain what a Fairy Fort is. Fairy forts (also known as raths from the Irish, referring to an earthen mound) are the remains of lios (ringforts), hillforts or other circular dwellings in Ireland. From (possibly) late Iron Age to early Christian times, the...More

Thank Michael C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Ring of Kerry and Cliffs of Moher got more publicity but the Dingle trip was the highlight of our trip. Like most other coastal Irish drives, there are some tight squeezes and scary drops, but it is well worth the trip. We pulled over...More

1  Thank sjhokie
Reviewed 8 August 2017

What a beautiful area. If you are in a car (which, unfortunately, we were not) I am told that the road that takes you around the area is challenging but an unforgettable experience. The route that our tour bus took was exceptional. Shoreline views, hillsides...More

Thank ALF4121
Reviewed 8 August 2017

Although the weather wasn't the best on our trip to Dingle our group of 12 very much enjoyed the trip around the penisula. The town has a lot to offer and don't forget to visit Fungie the dolphin!

1  Thank Edward R
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Response from michele77024 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Sorry I must have missed it.... my girls were in the car and my mommy brain doesn't remember seeing this.
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Response from prizepig | Reviewed this property |
It's on the other side of the country. I would google drive times.