Don't miss this! This drive is as important as the Cliffs of Mohr. The sights and views on this drive are beyond words and the pictures don't do it justice. Be sure to get out and walk the Clogher Head. It's a relatively easy hike...More
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We had good weather which makes it breaks this visit. You can see the Star Wars filming site, a farmer along the road offers lamb petting and beehive stone sites on property for 3 euros, a bargain. Nice vendors with great cookies and custom artwork....More
Pop in to Inch strand, get some food in Dingle and head up the way of Conor Pass for a purely stunning drive. Somehow it's even more stunning in the rain.
This drive through the Dingle Peninsula was so beautiful and amazing scenery. The driving itself on the roads was good and easy. About an hour. The views and scenery was at times breathtaking. There were a few places you could pull over and take photos...More
We were advised by local B&B hosts to avoid the very busy/commercialised and busy Ring of Kerry in favour of the Dingle Peninsula. We were not disappointed - what a fantastic route, full of breath taking sights and amazing in every way.
A dramatic exposure to the West of Ireland. Take the time to drive around this peninsula. The beehive huts, the sheep, the beaches and the vistas are stunning.
Definitely plan a visit to the Dingle Peninsula. Dingle is an adorable harbour town and of course there are the stunning drives like Conors Pass and Slea Head Drive. Plus many, many attractions to visit - we only did an overnight in the area plus...More
Our drive around the Dingle Peninsula Loop was incredible. The scenery is majestic and we stopped repeatedly to take pictures that I don't do the views justice. If you have the opportunity, drive the Loop, and take your time... you won't regret it.
The Dingle Peninsula is well worth driving if you're in Dingle. It's similar to the Ring of Kerry, and it may not be necessary to do both, but certainly do one of them!