Tralee, The Dingle Peninsula and Ring of Kerry

There’s so much to see and do on this glorious holiday around the coastline of southern Ireland and we make sure you don’t miss a thing! Stunning scenery, awe-inspiring views and world-famous attractions, this wonderful holiday based in Tralee, the ‘Gateway to the Dingle Peninsula’ offers it all. Of course, no visit to this corner of Ireland would be complete without experiencing the spectacular Ring of Kerry. We’ll enjoy beautiful scenery as we travel around the ring – make sure you have your camera ready!

Your Tour Includes

  • 5 nights hotel with Irish breakfast
  • 5 evening meals
  • Porterage at the hotel
  • Regional joining points
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Itinerary

Please choose your preferred 6 day itinerary

Regional departure by coach or Home Connect service, then to Holyhead for the ferry to Ireland, and onward to our overnight hotel.

Included Meals

  • Dinner

Our journey west takes us to Adare, which lays claim to being Ireland’s prettiest village, set on the west bank of the River Maigue. The thatched cottages lining Main Street provide a wonderful photo opportunity.

We also call for a stop at Foynes Flying Boat & Maritime Museum, and discover the era of transatlantic passenger flights, the maritime history of the River Shannon, and the invention of Irish Coffee!

We continue to our hotel in Tralee for three nights. Tralee is a medieval town which is the capital of the Kingdom of Kerry and home to the World Famous Rose of Tralee Festival every August.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Included Highlights

  • Adare

This morning we head around the Dingle Peninsula, a superb panorama of sandy beaches, soaring mountains and fascinating rock formations.

Stretching 30 miles into the Atlantic Ocean, from the south-west coast of Ireland, it boasts the most beautifully rugged coastline. We first visit the picturesque fishing town of Dingle before heading west to Slea Head, Europe’s most westerly point, whose outlying historic Blasket Islands are known as ‘the next parish to America’.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Included Highlights

  • Dingle Peninsula

Today we are in for a treat as we set off on a sensational 100-mile coastal drive taking in some of the most breathtaking landscapes along the Atlantic Coast.

We pass through picturesque villages, taking in sites of great historical interest. Don’t miss the stunning views at Ladies View. We also visit Kerry Bog Village, giving you a fascinating insight into life in 18th-century Ireland during the famine.

Our grand journey returns through famed Molls Gap and Killarney National Park.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Included Highlights

  • Ring of Kerry

We leave Tralee behind and retrace our steps back to Dublin, where you may wish to join our optional sightseeing tour will show you the main highlights.

Our informative guide will take us to see the city's highlights including Trinity College, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Guinness Storehouse.

There will be some free time to explore at leisure - the city is divided by the River Liffey, crossed by many bridges, most famously the Ha’penny Bridge and with a host of historic, artistic and literary connections, Dublin has a great deal to fascinate the visitor.

We continue to our overnight hotel on the outskirts of the city.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

Included Highlights

  • Dublin

Optional Excursions

  • Dublin Guided Sightseeing

The optional excursions will be available to book during your tour.

Prices are per person and are subject to change. Payment will be in Euros (cash payments only).

To Holyhead, then home.

Included Meals

  • Breakfast*

Accommodation

You will stay for three nights at the 3-star Benners Hotel, located in the heart of Tralee. 

Overnight stays will be on the outskirts of the Dublin area and will be in a city-style hotel. 

Reviews

4 Out of 5 ( 15 Reviews )

Reviews

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Bad
7%

Quality

3.8 / 5

Value for Money

3.8 / 5

Tony Radcliffe r, 10 months ago

Whilst enjoying the area l found not enough free time, too much time was spent on the coach. Also l feel the food in the hotels we stayed in lacked quality in the evening dinners, whilst the breakfasts were excellent.

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Jon Barnes, 1 year ago

Journey was way too long. We had no idea we would be picked up so early in the morning. Food not very good overall and specially not enough for an adult man. Our coach driver Robin and assistant Tracey were excellent

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David Griffiths, 1 year ago

Well organised. Hotels good but food was a bit like school dinners. Lack of fruit and vegetables. Driver excellent on difficult roads but would have benefited from fuller briefing of journey and history.

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Wirral customer, 1 year ago

Enjoyed the holiday. Would have liked a little more information about some of the places visited during the holiday. The single supplement I paid was a significant add-on to the cost of the holiday.

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Sue Skues, 1 year ago

Beautiful scenery

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