4 Days, 6 Days

E-Bike along coastal roads in a unique corner of Ireland

Fall in love with wild beauty on this e-bike tour of Dingle. Make yourself at home in a rustic Irish inn, indulge in local, artisanal cuisine and explore one of Ireland’s most popular whisky distilleries. E-bike Dingle’s meandering roads past jaw-dropping scenery and gaze at the deep blue waters of the Wild Atlantic Way. With an electric bike the option to have a manual or electric-assisted ride is up to you, so push yourself or sit back and enjoy the ride as much as you like! You’ll soon understand why the Peninsula’s beauty has drawn location scouts from Hollywood and world travellers for decades. 

  • E-bike tour of Dingle

  • Overnight for 3 nights in the west of Ireland

  • Explore the remote Gaelic speaking peninsula of  Dingle

  • Discover the flavours of the Dingle Peninsula with a whisky & Gin tasting at one the smallest but favourite distilleries in Ireland.

  • Explore Slea Head by e-bike and take in striking panoramas of the water and surrounding islands

  • Walk through the history of  Dingle town, equipped with the insider knowledge of your localhost.

  • E-Bike along the ridge of the Connor Pass and be rewarded with some of the best views in the Kingdom of Kerry.

  • Wrap up your retreat with a special included dinner that makes the most of local produce.

  • Catch fantastic live Irish music performances and meet friendly locals.



We’ll kick off this e-bike tour of Dingle with a complimentary transfer from Killarney Train Station – or you can simply make your own way to your Dingle Lodge, your home for the next few days. Formed by volcanoes and carved by glaciers, Dingle town sits on the shores of Dingle harbour, which feeds out into the Atlantic Ocean. Begin by getting fitted up for your first active adventure – cycling around Slea Head (approximately 30 kilometres). Heading west from Dingle you cycle via Ventry to Slea Head taking in striking panoramas of the peninsula and look out at the Blasket Islands and nearby Dunmore Head, where clans gathered to mediate local conflicts. (Alternatively, you can cycle to Dunquinn harbour and take the ferry to the Great Blasket Island and enjoy a walk around this mystical and enchanting place). The road is mostly quiet and you won’t find yourself puffing up long steep hills, but there’s a satisfying downhill stretch on one side.  For a fresh snack along the way, on the north side, you’ll find wee Pubs stocked with produce straight from the local waters. If there’s time, drop into Dingle Crystal & Workshop a family business specialising in hand-cut Irish crystal and see master craftsman Sean Daly at his workshop in Dingle, Co. Kerry. Sean’s unique Celtic designs are inspired by the rich heritage and breathtaking landscape of Ireland’s west coast. This evening, make the most of the warm atmosphere of a homely place to kick off your boots after an active day.
This is a fantastic route and really has a touch of everything you could possibly want whilst on your adventure. Starting in Dingle and heading along magnificent back roads sided with tremendous farmland and wildlife and breathtaking scenery of Ventry harbour appear.  Continue your route through Ventry village along the wild Atlantic way back towards Dingle. The endpoint is not far from a whisky distillery that’s one of the smallest licensed distilleries in Ireland. Get inside insight into what makes this region the home of some of the best whisky & Gin in the world with a tour and tasting led by a local expert. See if you can taste the from the localised well water to the immensely manual mashing, alongside the wooden fermentation vessels that feed into the three bespoke copper pot stills, the production is purely Dingle.  Enjoy a free evening to enjoy Gaelic hospitality and be sure to try some great local produce for dinner.
Make sure you fill up with breakfast in the morning as today has a heady bike trip in store. Pull on your cycling gear and get a shuttle to the start of the bike trail that might not reach the physical heights of its neighbours, but definitely offers apex views. The Conor Pass is the highest mountain pass in Ireland and provides the most dramatic and scenic way of entering or leaving Dingle. The views from the road are breathtaking, as the glaciated landscape of mountains and corrie lakes comes into view. From the scenic carpark at the summit, there are views as far as the Aran Islands off County Galway. This is truly spectacular scenery that demands to be savoured. Light plays across the rippled valley flanks and silvery water as the wild Atlantic Ocean stretches out below, towards the famous Cliffs of Moher on the north and the Iveragh Peninsula and Skellig Islands in the south. Celebrate conquering the Pass today with a special included dinner tonight.
Your e-bike tour of Dingle mini adventure comes to an end this morning after breakfast. Got a bit more time to spare? Maybe take on some of the other local adventures you didn’t do on the Escape before your complimentary transfer back to Killarney Bus/Train station


Would like to make this a 6 Day Tour?

As this Irish adventure starts at around noon at each destination and finishes at each destination in the early afternoon of the last day, we recommend spending an extra night or two at each end to ensure there are no issues with onward travel connections. If you wish, we’ll be happy to organise pre-and post-trip accommodation (subject to availability).


  • 3 Nights Accommodation in luxury Guesthouse Accommodation 
  • 3 delicious and filling hot Irish breakfasts  and 1 gourmet dinner
  • Experience traditional Irish music sessions in local cosy pubs
  • Top of the range E-Bike for 4 days 
  • Private transport to/from main train/bus stations to Escape Base
  • Dingle – E-Bike Slea Head
  • Dingle – E-Bike The Ventry Way 
  • Dingle- E-Bike along the Connor Pass

Additional information

Group Size12 Max
Start/Return PointKillarney Train & Bus Station
JAN – MAR€659€799
APR –  SEPT€799€899
OCT – DEC€659€799
Book Your Preferred Date Here

We’ve chosen high-quality accommodation in a variety of bed and breakfasts, Guesthouses & wilderness lodges.

Classic – Guesthouse

Enjoy a warm Irish welcome in charming and locally owned Bed & Breakfast & Hotel accommodation.

Please note:

B&B Single Supplement – is mandatory for solo travellers – Solo travellers must pay extra to have their private room.

B&B –  Twin/Double Room Share – is automatically included when 2 travellers book together

Gather your favourite people to share an Irish adventure on a ready-to-book Private Trip – featuring all the legendary Irish Experience hallmarks from expert leaders to unforgettable activities.

Choose from the selection of dates for your group; All dates are available for 8+ guests. If your party has fewer than 8 guests, or your preferred date is not available, we’ll create a departure just for you. Call or email us to reserve your date.

two girls looking at Irish coastline on a private tour of Ireland
woman e biking along slea head in Dingle
The crucifix on the Slea Head drive on the Dingle Peninsula Ireland
Kerry Cliffs, Valentia Island , County Kerry part of our small group adventure tour of Ireland