After a private transfer close to Slea Head walk today's trail along the most scenic coastal trails with fantastic views and in addition to this pass some beehive huts, which date back to 6,000BC.
This morning after a hearty breakfast, a transfer (30 mins) brings you to Slea Head, where you begin today’s walk. Pass a collection of ‘beehive huts’ which date back to 6000BC. This is just one example of a rich collection of ancient archaeological sites on the Dingle Peninsula. On your walks you will come across standing stones, pre-historic monuments and beehive huts which are dry-stone huts with a corbeled roof.
This section of the Dingle Way also has you walking on one of the most beautiful sections of coastline along the glorious golden sands of Ventry. With uninterrupted Atlantic views you will find peace of mind here.