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Slea Head Drive, Dingle Peninsula

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Cruise past stunning natural landscapes along Slea Head Drive, a circular driving route that begins and ends in Dingle. Start your journey driving across the Milltown Bridge and then past the Burham woodlands. Consider a stop in Ventry, a seaside village, to enjoy beach and water activities. Your trip continues westward past Dunbeg Fort and along the Atlantic Ocean. Take in views of the clifftop fort on one side and the ocean on the other. By using our Dunquin vacation builder, you can arrange your visit to Slea Head Drive and other attractions in Dunquin.
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TripAdvisor
  • So, we did this in March, in torrential rain. I drove the Conor Pass wondering what the heck all the 'terrifying' comments were about. But the following day, from the Ring of Kerry, I looked across at...  more »
  • Let me start by saying we loved the Ring of Kerry. The scenery is beautiful and the little towns along the way are charming. That said, if I had to pick between it and the Dingle Peninsula, I'd pick t...  more »
  • We drove the entire Dingle Peninsula and most of the Ring of Kerry - absolutely stunning views. Would need a few days to take in even half of the breathtaking views. A definite must, and we will be go...  more »
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  • Nicest place on earth to have coffee on a fine day. No other place even comes close. Homemade pie and coffee just amazing.
  • Proper home cooked food and great tea and coffee. All food ia very very fresh. I compare it to the older couple serving food out of their own front room and kitchen.
  • A really neat, cozy spot for a quiet rest and some delicious, home-made scones and/or pie with creme. Stopped in on a cold, windy, rainy bike ride in September of 2015. Proved to be a bit of a life saver that day......
  • Nice coffee, good food. A little pricey
  • Nice place to make a break and relax.