Dingle Peninsula Private Tour Highlights:
- Dingle Peninsula
- Minard Castle
- Slea Head
- Wild Atlantic Way
Please note: Pricing on the right is per vehicle, not per person. Below is a sample itinerary. Your itinerary can be customized before or after booking your private tour. Pickups & drop-offs can be arranged from centrally located accommodation.
|Vehicle Size||1 to 4, 1 to 8, 1 to 12, 1 to 16|
|Vehicle Prices||1 to 4 seat €280, 1 to 8 seat €380, 1 to 12 seat €480, 1 to 16 seat €520|
Dingle Peninsula, Minard Castle, Slea Head, Wild Atlantic Way Ocean Walk
Our first stop of the day is at the tranquil Inch Strand. Wander along this long stretch of wide, clean and serene beach and get lost in your thoughts.
From there we go away off the beaten track to Minard. This is a place where only the big tour buses can wonder and see in the far off distance. Learn about the history of the castle that dominates the landscape there, drink water from the Well of the local saint and leave a gift for the fairies on the hidden fairy tree.
After a toilet break and some extra time to grab some snacks in a local shop, it is then on to the curvy Slea Head drive. Once described by National Geographic as the most beautiful place on earth, we drive along the edge of the peninsula with the wild Atlantic ocean to our left and the patchwork green fields to our right.
You’ll discover local secluded beaches, ancient stone huts and have plenty of free time to take photos and experience the majestic surroundings.
The Slea Head loop gives wonderful views of Coomeenole Beach, Ceann Sibeal, the headlands of Slea Head, Mount Brandon, Eagle Mountain and the Blasket Islands. On a coastal track, it is uphill initially then downhill or on the flat and includes a clifftop stretch, with jaw-dropping views of the Great Blasket Islands.
After the loop, we will make our back to Dingle town where you will have time to relax and unwind in a nice cosy pub. Enjoy the fresh catch of the day while sipping on some locally brewed beer or whiskey.
Top it all off with some local Murphys Ice Cream, made from the fresh milk of the Kerry cow. You will also have some time to walk the towns colourful streets and go souvenir shopping.