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Book your all-day Dingle Peninsula tour

Dingle Peninsula All Day Tour

Full Day, Private Tour

Duration: 7hrs

Pick up: Daily at 9.30am


Begley’s Tours invite you to join us for an enjoyable and relaxing day of sight seeing as you discover the beauty and heritage of the Dingle Peninsula. On our Dingle Peninsula Tour we will collect your group at your accommodation in Dingle Town or at a prearranged meeting point in the town.


On leaving Dingle we will drive north from the town ascending the infamous Conor Pass. The highest driveable pass in Ireland, the Conor Pass was constructed during the famine in 1847. Some points of interest along the way:

· The Conor Pass

· Peddlers Lake

· Castlegregory

· Inch Beach

· Minard Castle

· St John’s Well

· Burnham House & Gardens

· Ogham Stone

· Ryan’s Daughter film locations 1969

There will be time set aside for comfort breaks, coffee and lunch. This will be arranged with your driver on the day. Lunch, snacks and entrance fees are not included in the tour price.


Let our knowledgeable and friendly tour guides take the stress out of driving by booking your Private Tour, with Begley’s Tours. Book your All Day Dingle Peninsula Tour and immerse yourself in culture, heritage and folklore of this unique Gaeltacht Region

· Star Wars: The Last Jedi Film Location 2017

· Beehive Huts (Clochans)

· Irish Famine Cottages and Pet Farm

· Blasket Islands

· Gallarus Oratory

· Kilmalkedar Church

· Slea Head

Dingle Peninsula Tour - Heaven On Earth

Let us take you on a magical tour of hills, sea and valleys that is not to be missed - and make sure to have your camera ready!

Depart your accommodation at a pre-arranged time.

We will head north to cross the highest pass in Ireland the “Conor Pass” – a photo stop is a must! Guests can also access Pedlar's Lake if they wish by walking over rocks.

Next, onto The Maharees and Camp, cross the Mish Mountains through Bothar na gCloch to Inch (the location of Ryan's Daughter, 1969) and Minard Castle before continuing on to the Slea Head Drive.

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