Explore South West Ireland with a local guide!
This is a tour on the wonderful Dingle Peninsula in South West Ireland. After collection, you will travel to Inch Beach where the full Atlantic Ocean opens up in front of you. You travel to the delightful town of Dingle, a coastal fishing town where the locals speak Gaelic, and then further west for panoramic ocean views on The Slea Head Drive. You will see and learn about The Blasket Island. We visit the ruins of the 12th century, Kilmalkeder Church. All this area featured in the epic film 'Ryans Daughter'. We return to Dingle for late lunch and time to wander the narrow streets of this lovely small town with many little craft shops. This is a tour with stunning coastal scenery on The Wild Atlantic Way. Bring your camera - you will need it. It will be an unforgettable day!.
The tour will commence at an agreed time and will proceed at your pace. The tour will travel via Inch Beech, Dingle Town and will then travel along the coastal portion of the Slea Head Drive via Dunquin and Ballyferriter. It will then return to Dingle and subsequently to Killarney. The tour will last at least 7 hours. Lunch stop will be at Dingle Town.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Your accomodation in greater Killarney area.
End location: Your accomodation or a location of your choice in the greater Killarney area.
Duration: 8 hours
Transportation will be by luxury air-conditioned executive vehicle in excellent condition, very comfortable and fully licensed and insured for the carriage of fee paying passengers.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 Euro - Lunch per person.
All group sizes can be catered for.
Please email me through the Tours by Locals system for a quotation if your group size can or needs to be accommodated in a vehicle of a different category (i.e. Car, Viano, small Bus, Large Bus).
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Great tour with Barry providing in depth knowledge of the area showing us many interesting places on the Dingle peninsula. We all enjoyed our day.