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Experience the rugged beauty of the Ireland’s southeast coastline on a 6.5-hour coach tour of Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head. From Killarney, travel through scenic mountain regions and along Ireland’s rocky beaches. Spot ancient huts and historic buildings such as the Gallarus Oratory, visit Dingle Town , and get a splendid view of Slea Head – the most westerly point in Europe.


  • 6.5-hour tour from Killarney to the Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head
  • Tour the beautiful Irish countryside
  • See great views of the rugged Atlantic coastline
  • Stand at Slea Head, the westernmost point in Europe

What You Can Expect

Full Day Tour of The Dingle Peninsula Slea Head and Inch Beach

Dingle Peninsula, Co. Kerry, Ireland

Meet your coach for mid-morning pickup in central Killarney. Once aboard, sit back and relax as you journey west along Ireland’s rocky Atlantic coast to Dingle Peninsula. Marvel at the majestic landscape dotted with scenes of Irish life, and stop to explore wind-swept beaches, formidable cliffs and unique flora and fauna. Your coach will pass Inch Beach, a favorite location for peace-seeking kite flyers and surfers.

Head into the lovely town of Dingle, where you’ll break to have lunch (own expense), explore the town’s vibrant and colorful streets, and perhaps spot the Fungie, Dingle’s famed local dolphin. Sweets enthusiasts won’t want to miss a stop at Murphy’s for some signature local ice cream!

Afterwards, continue on to Slea Head, the most westerly point in Europe. Along the way, glimpse beehive-shaped huts and life in the Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking) communities that line the route. At Slea Head, imagine the excitement that westward emigrants experienced in passing this point, and enjoy wonderful views of the Blasket Islands, a desolate area that was once inhabited by thriving Irish-speaking islanders.

On the return trip to Killarney, your coach will stop at Gallarus Oratory, one of the region’s mysterious archeological gems. Walk through the site that is consider the best-preserved early Christian church in Ireland, and enjoy stunning views of Smerwick Harbor and Mount Brandon.

Your tour returns to the departure point in Killarney by early evening.

Customer Reviews

Cynthia B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Great trip and beautiful sights! We were even serenaded by our bus driver!

Cynthia D

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

We really enjoyed the tour even though it was a bit of a foggy and drizzly day. Our tour guide provide lots of information and Dingle was very charming.

Marcello I

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Fantastic! Beautiful landscapes and the guide was too kind! I'll do it again!

Emanuell H

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

That was a really good trip the guide was very nice and informative and we had stopped in many great spots, great value for money.

Stephane L. T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Excellent tour! Maurice was our guide and was knowledgeable and entertaining! There were plenty of stops for photos and our group of eight made it easy to meet others on our tour. Lunch in Dingle in a pub Maurice recommended was delicious followed by Murphy and #39;s ice cream! A wonderful time!

Zhanina Y

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2016

Great trip with stunning views! Well worth it.

Debi C United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2015

Beautiful. No other word for it. The local operator was very good and we enjoyed the day.

Matthew P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

Great tour will outstanding views. Tour done with Dero's Tours. Plenty of stops for photos. Guide was excellent. It was a medium sized group 20 and well worth it.

Linda B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2015

Fantastic tour of incredible beauty to the Dingle peninsula. Very organized and friendly tour company.

Howard R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2015

This was a fun day with beautiful scenery. There were only eight of us in a mini-bus which helped a lot. The driver was casual, informative and funny. The weather did not completely cooperate always a factor in Ireland, but the clouds stayed high enough so that the views were not blocked.

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