Slea Head is a beautiful cliff located at the tip of the Dingle Peninsula. Rather known, we appreciate it especially for its rather nice view of the ocean, but also of Blasket Island. Enough to dive into the heart of a landscape worthy of a postcard!
Hikers and the brave will undoubtedly appreciate the cliff of Slea Head, which, despite its significant levelling, offers a breathtaking view of the Irish coast and its surrounding islands!
The area is magnificent, and will delight both sportsmen and budding photographers, who will be delighted to capture the most beautiful shots!
Its access is of course free, and its path is pleasant despite its level.
Beware of the wind: some gusts can be dangerous, hence the usefulness of not being too close to the void… and to cover yourself warmly !
Note that the cliff is not very far from Dunquin, a pretty village, known to be the westernmost village in Europe! You will undoubtedly appreciate its setting and its 100% irish charm! On the program, houses with colourful facades, restaurants and Irish Pubs…
What to prolong the pleasure after the ascent of this colourful cliff, and enjoy a few more moments of an authentic atmosphere!
Take your time: that’s what holidays are for!