From the Slieve Mish mountains to dunmore head, mainland Ireland's most westerly
point, The Dingle Peninsula in county Kerry. It Offers some of Irelands most beautiful
scenery, from towering mountains to spectacular seascapes.
The peninsula is best toured by car or on foot, either way allow yourself plenty of time in
order to soak up the atmosphere of this area. Here you will find archaeological remains
from Iron Age Stone Forts to Christian oratories such as Gallarus Oratory built between
the 6th and 9th centuries along with beehive huts all set against the backdrop of quite
fishing villages and genteel towns.
There are so many things to see, to do, to explore, and to experience on the
Dingle Peninsula it is difficult to know where to start.
Dingle harbour rocks
Fancy a friendly chat and a pint, then your needs will be well catered for.
Strand st., Dingle
Visit Fungi, a bottlenose dolphin who's
been living at the mouth of Dingle
Harbour since 1984.
Take a day trip to the Blasket Islands
If scenic beauty is your goal you will not be disappointed with what this area has to offer.
If you are into walking or hiking then Dingle can offer you more walking than you can shake a stick at.
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Whatever you do in Dingle do one thing - enjoy it!