The Dingle Peninsula is well advertised as a place of unrivaled beauty. We decided to take a look for ourselves by doing a day ride known as the Slea Head drive, a 40km loop along the edges of the peninsula.
This loop is part of the Wild Atlantic Way, so there are plenty of road signs to guide you. This is good and bad. It’s good because it’s hard to get lost. It’s bad because tour buses, motor homes, and cars are also following the same loop.
Turns out despite the high traffic volume the ride was simply stunning. The included photos don’t even come close to showing how impressive the coastline was. The only way to get that same experience is to see for yourselves. Dear readers, seriously consider making your next vacation to Dingle, Ireland. By bike is best of course.