We enjoyed driving along Slea Head Drive and other roads on the peninsula and visiting various towns including Dingle. Unfortunately for us, it was a misty day so the views would have been more spectacular on a sunny day. During our drive we visited some beehive huts, a famine exhibit, a pottery gallery and other sights. We also drank in the wonderful views.
We would rate the Dingle peninsula as the second best of the southwestern Ireland peninsulas (the Ring of Beara was our favourite and the Ring of Kerry, although also beautiful, particularly along the less traveled Skellig Ring, would be #3). However, we still believe that the peninsula is outstanding and well worth a visit
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