Dingle Peninsula Bus Tours / Slea Head Tours
Dingle Shuttle Bus
Ashmount , Dingle,Co.Kerry,Ireland, Dingle, Co. Kerry - Tel: 087 2504 767
Discover the beauty and heritage of the Dingle Peninsula (Corca Dhuibhne) on tours tailored specifically to your interests. Our trips can be scheduled around your holiday, at times that suit you. We cater for small groups up to 8 people. Pick-up from your accommodation.
2-3 hour tours which cover historical points of interest
Dingle sights include: Dingle Marina and Harbour port, Ryan’s Daughter 1969 film locations, Esk Tower, Burnham House and gardens, Ogham stones etc.
Ventry Harbour, views of the Skellig Rocks, Valentia Island and Ráthanáin Castle (tower house).
Prehistoric Dunbeg Promontory Fort, beehive (clocháns)
Blasket Islands and the most westerly point in Europe
Frequent photo stops
Visit the Gallarus Oratory (an early Christian monastic site)
St. Brendan’s House
Kilmalkedar Church with its beautiful 12th Century Romanesque arch, Stone Cross and Ogham stones
For more information or to make a booking, please ring Diarmuid on 087 2504767. We can arrange a time that suits you. Let us take the stress out of driving and show you some of the most scenic and rugged areas of Ireland.
Moran's Slea Head Tours
Dingle, Co. Kerry. - Tel: 066 9151155 - 086 275 3333 - 087 275 3333
Welcome to Moran's Slea Head Tours. Moran's of Dingle offers you a reliable, Bus, Mini Bus, Coach, and Taxi service. Whether booking a group outing, ordering a Taxi to Town, or taking Bus tours of the Dingle Peninsula, Moran's Slea Head Tours and Bus tours have the deal for you. Discover the beauty & heritage of Corca Dhuibhne (The Dingle Peninsula) People have been crossing the Connor Pass into the Dingle Peninsula for the last 6000 years. Those who settled here left behind more than 2000 archaeological and historic remains which attract thousands of visitors each year.
Dingle Peninsula Tours - Slea Head Drive
Burnham House - Former home of the late Lord Ventry and home to the famous Ogham Stones.
Esk Tower - Locals call it Burnham Tower Ventry Harbour & Village - A traditional Irish speaking area. Dunbeg Promontory Fort - An Iron age fort overlooking Dingle Bay.
Beehive Huts - At one stage there were over 400 of these drystone, corbelled huts surviving, prompting one antiquarian in the 19th century to refer to the area as the "City of Fahan". These structures occur as single units or can also be found within stone fort complexes. They are generally believed to have been habitation sites, although the tradition of such buildings continued up to the early 20th century for storage purposes. Dating the huts is difficult because the skill of corbelling has been used in Newgrange (3100 BC) and as recently as the 1950s. The huts along the Slea Head Drive may well date to the 12th century when the incoming Normans forced the Irish off the good land and out to the periphery of the peninsula.
Views of the Ring of Kerry & Skellig Rock - Irelands most famous monastic settlement, Skellig Michil's sharp point juts out of the Atlantic to the South of The Great Blasket Island.
Slea Head Drive - The most beautiful and rugged part of our Peninsula. Cannot be missed.
Blasket Islands - This group of Islands to the west of Slea Head was inhabited until 1953. Many of Ireland's great Gaelic literary figures were born and raised on the great Blasket Island.
Coumineol Strand - This tiny strand lying below the Slea Head Route is an unspoilt, beachy cove, and also the site of four Spanish Armada ships which were wrecked in 1588.
Dunquin Pier - Ferries run from the pier at Dunquin to the nearby Islands.
Graigue - Location of the Tom Cruise film "Far and away" Clogher Strand - Two miles from Ballyferriter village this beach focuses the beauty of the area into one beautiful sandy enclave with unique currents producing spectacular seas.
Gallarus Oratory - Gallarus Oratory dates from the 7th or 8th century. Gallarus is a fine example of a Christian cell, using corbelled stone, the cell is as dry inside as the day it was completed.
Dingle Peninsula Tours - Conor Pass
Conor Pass - Conor Pass tour will take you over the highest mountain pass in Ireland with breathtaking views from the top of Brandon Bay and County Clare in the distance. After seeing lakes and waterfalls, we continue to the beautiful village of Cloghane and then on to the tiny fishing village of Brandon, where the tour stops for a short time and maybe enjoy a drink at the Harbour Pub.The Connor Pass road is undoubtedly the most dramatic route to take, though it is not suitable for heavy vehicles or caravans. As it swings towards the south it rises at the side of a large valley formed by glaciers that came from a semi-circle of coums or corries in the surrounding mountains. From the top of the pass there are breathtaking views in fine weather of lowlands, mountains and sea. High vantage points provide the best position from which to take in the sweep of the landscape, and most of the main roads on the peninsula cross mountains at passes.
Cloghane and Brandon - are situated on the northern side of the Dingle Peninsula, tucked in at the base of Mount Brandon and washed by the sparkling surf of Brandon Bay, the Cloghane - Brandon region is surely one of the great beauty spots of the world. Here an exhilarating blend of mountain, sea and sky entice the visitor to linger, often longer than planned.