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My husband and I drove the Dingle Peninsula back in 2011, and again this past month. We feel it's best to explore Ireland by car as you can go where you want, when you want. Each time you will discover something new.
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We’ve done a lot of drives on our vacations but this one probably takes the cake. The beauty is just insane. The blue of the water with the green of the grass could not get any better. Luckily we have been having near perfect weather...More
The beaches, cliffs, islands, and historical sites along this drive are well worth the drive. It is not a particularly long drive, though it takes longer due to many stops and going slow through the narrowest spots. I had already driven for a week in...More
The Dingle Peninsula loop trip AKA Slea Head Drive was the most beautiful drive we made during our 10 day driving tour of Ireland & Northern Ireland. We loved all the stops along the way - unexcavated ring forts, beehive huts, the Skelligs on the...More
Driving around the Dingle Penninsula gave so many dramatic, beautiful views. Be careful to drive slowly and watch for oncoming cars. The drive was about 2 hrs., more or less depending on stops. A must see! We prefered this to Ring of Kerry because it...More
I myself hymned and hawed about doing this as I’m a Canadian driver who’s not yet settled into the left side of the road thing, so like the title - Just Do It!!!!
It’s freakin beautiful, not scary at all, and a *must do*
This is a nice easy drive of a couple hours with some fantastic scenery. There are a couple of things to see - ring forts, beehive dwellings, slea head. The oratory was so-so. Otherwise a great way to spend an afternoon or morning
We walked round Slea head on a very blistery day. The trail runs above the road. It is not hard. The views are quite spectacular. A small section was along the road but mostly above the fields. Amazing views.
Getting used to driving on the right isn't really an issue on many parts of Slea Head Drive, since there's only about a lane and a half width anyway. The views are spectacular and the other drivers are very friendly, using the "pull-offs" on the...More
We are sure glad we made this part of our trip to Ireland. The views are stunning and there are so many places to stop and visit as well as just pull offs to take pictures or stretch the legs. Another must for any Ireland...More
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We drove with the busses. We left a bit ahead of them around 8:30 they did catch up because we pulled over a lot. It is nice to get behind one occasionally because the roads are narrow and they clear the way since cars have... More
We drove with the busses. We left a bit ahead of them around 8:30 they did catch up because we pulled over a lot. It is nice to get behind one occasionally because the roads are narrow and they clear the way since cars have to yield to busses also you’ll be on the water side for this wonderful drive.
We stopped near Ventry at the Relics of 1845 Famine and then the Prehistoric Beehive Hut Fahan Group. Great sea views, cool buildings and grazing animals add to the experience. Head to the Great Blasket Centre. It is a... More
We stopped near Ventry at the Relics of 1845 Famine and then the Prehistoric Beehive Hut Fahan Group. Great sea views, cool buildings and grazing animals add to the experience. Head to the Great Blasket Centre. It is a beautiful building with wonderful views of the islands. There is a nice cafeteria there. Drive it on a nice day and pull over often to take it all in.