Starting from Killarney town join us on a magnificent small group tour around the historical setting of the Dingle Peninsula. Once described by National Geographic as “the most beautiful place on earth” the peninsula is littered with archaeological and historical sites that are nestled into the breath-taking landscape.
Discover a land dotted with majestic views as we take you off the beaten track to explore the dramatic and wild coastline of Slea Head. Step out onto the golden beach of famous Inch strand with its wonderful views of Dingle Bay. We take a visit to the Blasket Island visitor centre to learn about the extraordinary lives of the talented inhabitants of the island and their unique Gaelic culture, who lived on the island until 1953. View the famous ancient Dingle peninsula landmark of Gallarus Oratory which is made completely of stone and resembles an upturned boat.
We will also visit the vibrant town of Dingle, where you can have lunch and explore its colourful and vibrant streets, before making our return journey back to Killarney.