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Slea Head Drive

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Slea Head Drive
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Dingle (Q434014)
To:  Dingle (Q446010)
Via:  Botherboy, Dun Chaoin, Fionntra
Distance:  50.6 km (31.4 miles)
Meets:  Wild Atlantic Way
Highway Authorities

Kerry County

Traditional Counties

Kerry

The Slea Head Drive is a tourist route around the edge of the Dingle peninsular. All of it is now also part of the Wild Atlantic Way.

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