Ring of Kerry, Dingle Peninsula, Ring of Beara, Cliffs of Moher, Cork City
Killarney Local Tour – 2 hours
Killarney town and surrounds is blessed with scenery and historic sites and The Killarney area has many world famous sights to see. Take a guided tour in a private car to any of these great locations;
Gap of Dunloe trip (includes Jaunting Cart, Kate Kearneys Cottage, boat ride and Ross Castle), Muckross House,
Torc Waterfall, Aghadoe viewing point, St. Mary’s Cathedral amongst many others. We work with you to create a tailor-made programme to suit your requirements
Ring of Kerry – Full day
The Ring of Kerry is the most renowned Day Tour in Ireland. Throughout its 110 miles, the visitor will travel around the MacGillicuddy Reeks and the Iveragh Peninsula, along the breathtaking Atlantic Coast, Dingle Bay and Kenmare Bay, returning to Killarney through the famed Molls Gap, Ladies View and Killarney National Park. En route, are the lovely coastal villages of Glenbeigh, Waterville and Sneem and the thriving market towns of Killorglin and Cahersiveen. The “original Ring of Kerry”
(and still the best option) takes you from Sneem to Kenmare and then back to Killarney. The beautiful town of Kenmare is a must for the independent traveller. If time is pressing the route may be shortened by going directly from Sneem to Killarney. The Ring embraces many points of historic and archaeological interest such as, Cahersiveen Heritage Centre, The Skellig Experience
(Valentia Island), Derrynane House, prehistoric Staigue Fort and Kenmare Heritage Centre. Hire a private car from Killarney Chauffeur and travel it in luxury today.
Dingle & Slea Head
Slea Head is Europe’s most westerly point and its outlying historic Blasket Islands are known locally as the ‘next parish to America’. The unsurpassed beauty of its rugged coastline and landscape inspired the famous film director David Lean, to shoot his epic film ‘Ryan’s Daughter’ on location in the Dingle Peninsula. The landscape is dotted with ancient historic sites and early Christian dwellings such as, Gallarus Oratory [9th century Christian Oratory], Beehive Huts (early Christian Monks dwellings) and the Blasket Islands Interpretative Centre. The route passes through Milltown and Castlemaine before arriving at the beautiful fishing harbour town of Dingle, home of Dingle Oceanworld and Ireland’s favourite dolphin – ‘Fungi’. Then onwards around Slea Head and back via Dingle to Killarney.
Loo Valley, Glengarrif, Beara Peninsula, Blarney & Cork.
These routes take the visitor through Kilgarvan, Kenmare, numerous coastal villages on the Kerry coast and through the Cork coast fishing ports of Castletownbere, Bantry and the beautiful town of Glengarriff and nearby Garnish Island Italian Gardens. The Cork City & Blarney Castle Private Car Tour, embraces all the magic these famous places have to offer.
“The Cliffs of Moher and The Burren are both must see places in Ireland.”
There is little doubt why the Cliffs of Moher are one of Irelands top visitor attractions and a UNESCO Geo Park. The Cliffs of Moher stretch for 8 km along the Atlantic coast and are nearly 202 Ft (314m) at the highest unique. Inland from the cliffs is
The Burren. The Burren is a unique area of the world and a rare Karst regions. The Burren is renowned for its beautiful limestone lunar type landscapes and amazing assemblages of flora and fauna.