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Great site seeing around the entire peninsula. But make sure you travel clockwise around the drive. Otherwise you will be going face to face with endless tour buses on a one lane road. It’s done very much worth the drive but go with the flow...More
This is an amazing scenic drive with a number of breath taking pulloffs you can take. We took two hikes and went to two beaches as pulloffs and neither disappointed. We stopped at essentially every opportunity (including the beehive huts) and did the drive ourselves...More
Take a slow drive around the Dingle Peninsular for some stunning scenery. There are plenty of places to stop and browse, take pictures or walk. It really is a whole day trip to the peninsula and back out. Some of the road is very narrow...More
The Wild Atlantic Way on the Dingle Peninsula must be one of the most beautiful parts of this great costal drive.Looking down on Inch beach on a glorious sunny morning. The view of the Blaskets Islands from Slea Head with dolphins surfing the waves below...More
The Dingle peninsula along with the Burren and Connemara are my favorite destinations in Ireland. The area has stunning coastal scenery, the magnificent Conor pass, the quaint town of Dingle, and numerous archaeological sites. You could easily spent a few weeks here.
The loop road around the Dingle Peninsula is a great drive for driving enthusiasts, vista-seekers, and coast-lovers. It is best,however, to go from April to September. I went on the Loop in the last week of March. Many museums and cafes were closed and the...More