Mini Bus Tour of Dingle Peninsula & Slea Head

Enjoy your 7 hour tour of Dingle and Slea Head with full information provided by your driver, beginning with a pick up from your accomadation in Killarney. On departure from Killarney you will firstly stop at beautiful Inch Beach, travelling along The Wild Atlantic Way you arrive at Dingle. On the Slea Head drive you will visit Dún Beag Fort (400BC), the 6th century bee hive hut’s, Reask Monastic site, Kilmalkedar Church, Gallarus Oratory and returning to Killarney via The Connor Pass.

What You Can Expect

Gallarus Oratory

Gallarus Oratory

Your 7 hour tour of Dingle and Slea Head with full information provided by your driver begins with a 9.30am pick up from your accomadation. Following a short stop at Inch Beach, you follow The Wild Atlantic Way to Dingle where you will experience spectacular views of the Kerry coast line. From Dingle, you begin touring Slea Head with our first stop being Dún Beag Fort (400BC), followed by a visit to the 6th century Bee Hive Hut’s, moving west ward you will see beautiful views of the Blasket Islands from Dunquin. You will next arrive at Reask Monastic Site and onto Kilmalkedar Church. From here we travel to the amazing Gallarus Oratory. The Oratory is made completely of stone and its shape resembles an upturned boat. Some believe it may be 1300 years old. On returning to Dingle you will have some free time to have lunch and explore the many quaint shops. After your free time you will travel back to Killarney through the Connor Pass. The Connor Pass is the highest pass in Ireland and winds to a height of 460m (1500 ft). After completing your tour, enjoy the stress free drop off to your accomadation.


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