Rail and Bus Services
Public Transport on the Dingle Peninsula
Getting to the Dingle Peninsula
In order to reach the Dingle Peninsula by public transport it is necessary to travel to Tralee, the largest town and administrative centre of County Kerry. Tralee is about 31 miles/50 kilometres from Dingle town. Rail services operated by Iarnród Éireann and long distance Expressway bus services operated by Bus Éireann both terminate at Tralee Station, from where a local bus service runs to Dingle.
Rail Services to Tralee
Click on the map to see a map of the Irish rail network
Killarney and Tralee and Farranfore are the nearest train stations to the Dingle Peninsula.
Timetables and further information can be found on their website.
Dublin - Cork - Tralee Timetables valid from 10/12/2017 until further notice
Bus Services to the Dingle Peninsula are provided by Bus Éireann. All information can be found on their website. Bus Eireann Website
The busiest route is Tralee to Dingle Bus Eireann Tralee - Dingle Timetable
For routes to Castlegregory,Cloghane, Ballyferriter, Ventry, Ballydavid, Cuas, Feoghanagh and Gallarus see timetables below.
There are services from Dingle to Killarney in Summer 26th June - 27th August inclusive.
Online bus timetables (PDF format)
- Dingle to Killarney
- Dingle to Tralee
- Tralee - Kerry Airport - Killarney
- Tralee - Castlegregory - Cloghane
- Dingle - Ballyferriter - Dunquin/Gallarus - Ballydavid
Travel Enquiry Offices:
- Tralee, 066-7164700
- Killarney, 064-34777
Bus Eireann Website (includes interactive timetables and online ticketing)
GoCoach operates a Dingle to Killarney bus service three times each day from May to October serving Dingle, Lispole, Annascaul, Inch Beach, Boulteens, Castlemaine, Milltown, Aghadoe, and Killarney.
This service runs from May to October