Mini Bus Tour of Dingle Peninsula & Slea Head

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.
* Duration: 6 to 7 hours
* Starts: Killarney, Ireland
* Trip Category: Private & Custom Tours >> Private Sightseeing Tours




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.

Itinerary
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Stop At: Inch Beach, Inch Ireland

Inch Beach is best known for its impressive Blue Flag Beach. It offers miles of golden sand and breath taking scenery showcasing mounntain, beach, valley and sea

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Slea Head Drive, Ireland

The Slea Head Drive is one of Ireland’s most scenic routes, forming part of The Wild Atlantic Way, beginning and ending in Dingle. It takes in a large number of attractions and stunning views on the western end of The Dingle Peninsula. It takes you on a journey through historic sites, Irish speaking villages, with close up views of the world renowned Blasket Islands.

Duration: 4 minutes

Stop At: Fahan BeeHive Huts, R559, Dingle Ireland

The exact age of The Bee Hive Huts is uncertain, and different theories date them anywhere from the eigth to the 12th centuries AD. It’s likely hermit monks once lived i them, though pagan’s may have also called some of the cone-shaped structures home even earlier. You may also feed a baby lamb at this location!

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Dunquin, Dunquin, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry

Dunquin is a Gaeltacht village which lies at the most westerly tip of the Dingle Peninsula. Dún Chaoin is renowned for its scenery and its surviving Gaelic culture.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Reask, Co. Kerry, Ireland

Reask is a ruined early Monastic site. Although very little remains of the buildings but low walls and a cross slab standing stone which sits in the middle of the compound. This site gives a very good idea of the layout of a small monastery of the early medieval period. After the oratory was abandoned, the site was used as a children’s burial ground.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Gallarus Oratory, 8 km northeast of Ballyferriter on R559 GPS coordinates 52.172750, -10.349408, Dingle Ireland

The famous Gallarus Oratory is completely made of stone and resembles an up turned boat. Various dates have been suggested for its construction but an exact date for same is not available. Some believe it may be 1300 years old.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Dingle, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry

Dingle is a small port town. A statue of long time harbour resident, fungi the dolphin is by the waterfront. Dingle is a creative and imaginative place, it is a town of many charms, known for quality food and restaurants, interesting shops and galleries, a friendly dolphin, vibrant street life and a good attitude to life.

Duration: 2 hours