Slea Head cycling tour
- Discover the dramatic views of Skellig and Blasket Islands
- Visit Gallarus Oratory, one of the most famous landmarks on the Dingle Peninsula
- Stop off in Dingle and explore the colourful town
Explore the world-famous Slea Head with an amazing self-guided cycling tour of the spectacular peninsula.
Hop on your bicycle to experience this impressive peninsula and feast your eyes on the breath-taking scenery of wild rugged coastlines, golden beaches and the magnificent Blasket Islands. Continuing your journey around this rich and vibrant peninsulas exploring its vast Gaelic culture and incredible architectural wonders, such as the Gallarus Oratory.
When back in Dingle, take the opportunity to have some downtime in this picturesque fishing town to have some amazing food, local ales and whiskey’s or even take a boat tour to meet Fungi the dolphin, the famed bottlenose dolphin, who has been a local for almost 30 years.
The cycle route starts in Dingle and loops around Slea Head before returning to Dingle Town. It is an undulating road route.
- Support vehicle if assistance is required
- Bicycle and helmet hire
- Map of places to see and visit
- Photos of your tour
- Any activities/services not listed on itinerary
Dingle tourist office, Dingle, Co. Kerry
- The cycle is approximately 45 km/28 miles
- A pair of suitable trainers/walking boots
- Rain jacket/trousers
- Warm fleece
- Hat and gloves
- Food and water e.g. snacks, water (1 litre approx)
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