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My wife and I drove ourselves along Slea Head Drive. It was great to be able to stop when we wanted and take pics of what ever we wanted. The view along the ocean was outstanding. I can't recommend it enough.
Such beautiful views of the Wild Atlantic Way. My husband and I set out around 8:00 to beat some of the traffic and buses which started to appear towards the end of our drive. Keep your eye out for spots to stop off and take...More
We had been warned that the roads on the Slea Head Drive were very narrow so decided to take. Coach tour with O’Connor’s. We had a small coach. The weather was abysmal so were glad someone else was driving. It was a 6-hour trip with...More
We had seen Mizen Head, Sheep's Head, Beara and the Ring of Kerry. This Drive beats them all. Sure, it is no competition but the road is that narrow that you will not be troubled by coaches and caravans. It is even that narrow you...More
Drove this ourselves. Heard horror stories but it was fine. Great places to stop along the way - Beehive huts, Druid ruins and the famine house. Each one cost 2 or 3 euros pp. worth it. The famine house was educational. The exhibits look old...More
Spectacular scenery. Being an island there are many beautiful views of the ocean north, south, east & west however this area has some of the most spectacular breathtaking views of God's creation. Worth the time & drive.
8 days in Dún Chaoin and almost every hour a different view, every time we left Dún Chaoin we were in Slea Head Drive and each time it was breathtaking none more so than the 30 August with glorious sunshine on the Blaskets and Sleeping...More
We rode this on motorbikes after riding the Connor Pass. The road is clearly marked out of Dingle and is all tarmac. We rode it anti-clockwise which meant we were always on the side of the road against the coast. The views are stunning, with...More
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We drove with the busses. We left a bit ahead of them around 8:30 they did catch up because we pulled over a lot. It is nice to get behind one occasionally because the roads are narrow and they clear the way since cars have... More
We drove with the busses. We left a bit ahead of them around 8:30 they did catch up because we pulled over a lot. It is nice to get behind one occasionally because the roads are narrow and they clear the way since cars have to yield to busses also you’ll be on the water side for this wonderful drive.
We stopped near Ventry at the Relics of 1845 Famine and then the Prehistoric Beehive Hut Fahan Group. Great sea views, cool buildings and grazing animals add to the experience. Head to the Great Blasket Centre. It is a... More
We stopped near Ventry at the Relics of 1845 Famine and then the Prehistoric Beehive Hut Fahan Group. Great sea views, cool buildings and grazing animals add to the experience. Head to the Great Blasket Centre. It is a beautiful building with wonderful views of the islands. There is a nice cafeteria there. Drive it on a nice day and pull over often to take it all in.