Prehistoric sites pepper the sides of jagged peaks. Beaches hide away in beautiful alcoves. And the town of Dingle proudly shows its spirit and heritage.
On our small group tours to the Dingle Peninsula from Dublin, you discover this amazing stretch of land through the eyes of a local.
We go off-the-beaten track as much as possible, so you can explore Ireland’s hidden treasures and get to know local people and local stories.
See all our Irish tours to the Dingle Peninsula from Dublin below.
Largest Settlement: Dingle | Highest Mountain: Mount Brandon, 952m | Road Loop: 48 km
Visit curiously ancient beehive huts and listen to the mysteries surrounding their construction. Gaze in wonder upon the oldest Christian church in Ireland.
Immerse yourself in the rich Celtic culture of the locals. Learn about the area’s heritage, its early trades, native tongue and changing landscape.
Experience Ireland untamed as you watch the waves crash onto the shore of Inch Beach and look out to the wild Atlantic Ocean.
Feel at home in the quaint and colourful harbour town of Dingle. Indulge in mouthwateringly fresh seafood in cosy seaside pubs.
Travel the local way on small group tours of 16 people or less
You'll have a guaranteed experience or your money back
Guaranteed departures: you book, you go
Our eco-friendly tours support local communities
Venturing into the wild places is refreshing.
The tumbling cliffs and crashing waves uplift the soul. The clean air clears your mind. And the rambling walks rejuvenate your body.
So, when you visit the Dingle Peninsula you feel energised.
You see hidden away beaches, jagged mountains, and the town of Dingle, a place that knows how to have a great time. What’s more is you may even see some of the famous dolphins that reside in the area.
Take trip to the wildest part of Ireland, and come home feeling refreshed with inspiring memories.
On our small group tours to the Dingle Peninsula you:
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