1 Day

Dingle Peninsula, Minard Castle, Slea Head, Wild Atlantic Way Ocean Walk

Our small luxury vehicle allows us to move away from the hustle and bustle of the loud tourist routes, where we can enjoy small nature walks and take our time to experience the destinations surroundings.

Isolated from the rest of Ireland by the impressive landscape, the Dingle Peninsula Tour will take you where the locals go. Follow a coastal trail on windswept cliffs, perched above beautiful coastlines. This amazing guided tour takes you along the spectacular Wild Atlantic Way as you experience the most dramatic scenery that Ireland has to offer.
After the gentle walk , you will get the chance to sample the fresh seafood and local craft beers in a nice cosy Irish Pub. Discover the bustling and colourful Dingle Harbour town. For the active traveller who wants to experience a real slice of Irish life, this compact day adventure tops the menu.


  • The Gaelic speaking peninsula of Dingle
  • Walk the wide , clean and serene Inch strand
  • Spectacular Wild Atlantic Way walk
  • The Slea Head driving route – wonderful scenery and fascinating history
  • Gaze out upon spectacular landscapes
  • Experience the wild nature of Ireland
  • Dingle Town – vibrant & colourful streets and relaxing harbour
  • Dunmore Head & Blasket Islands View


  • Your local Irish Guide
  • All transport around the Dingle Peninsula
  • Personally guided nature walks


  • Try some of the best fish and chips Ireland has to offer
  • Get lost in your thoughts while walking the Wild Atlantic Way
  • Explore the colourful town of Dingle
  • Experience local brewed Beer and distilled Whiskey

Additional information

Departure PointCork – 8.30am entrance to Dunnes Stores on Merchants Quay, Cork – 8.45am entrance to Castlewhite Apts on Western Road, Limerick – 8.30am flagpole entrance to University of Limerick

Dingle Peninsula, Minard Castle, Slea Head, Wild Atlantic Way Ocean Walk

Early Morning

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 a way off the beaten track to Minard. This is a place where only the big tour busses 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.

Late Morning

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.

Early Afternoon

Dunmore Head & Wild Atlantic Way Ocean Walk

This gentle loop walk gives wonderful views over Clogher Beach, Ceann Sibeal, the headlands of Ceann Sratha, An Dun Mor, Mount Brandon, Eagle Mountain and the Blasket islands. On minor roads, sandy paths and coastal tracks it is uphill initially then downhill or on the flat and includes a cliff top stretch, passing the schoolhouse built for the film Ryan’s Daughter.

Late Afternoon

After the walk 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.



Cork – 8.30am entrance to Dunnes Stores on Merchants Quay 
Cork – 8.45am entrance to Castlewhite Apts on Western Road



8.45am departure from University of Limerick

9.00am departure from Arthurs Quay



10.00am departure from Killarney Tourist Office, Beech Road, Killarney. SEE HERE



9.15am departure from the entrance to Tralee Bus Station, John Joe Sheehy Road, Tralee.