The Dingle Peninsula is located in west Kerry and is a mountainous neck of land jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean. Famous for its diverse beauty and tranquillity, Dingle has some of the most breathtaking scenery with its miles and miles of sandy beaches, off shore islands, cliffs, hills, mountains and historical attractions. National Geographic Traveller once described Dingle as “one of the most beautiful places on earth”, so make sure you take the chance to visit and see it for yourself.
There’s just so much to do and see in Dingle, you could easily spend an entire week here! You could take a boat ride to the Blasket Islands, visit the beehive huts and Gallarus Oratory (an early Christian church), do the Slea Head drive and enjoy lots of outdoor activities like horse riding, hiking, fishing or watersports.
Dingle town is the focal point of the peninsula and is well worth a visit. It’s renowned for its vibrant nightlife scene with its restaurants, lively traditional pubs and disco bars. Dingle town is also home to Dingle Oceanworld and Fungi the resident bottlenose dolphin!
Dingle is an area which is rich in heritage, culture and traditions. It has a Gaeltacht area where Irish is the primary language. If you want to get a real warm Irish welcome and experience a stay in a family home in Dingle, choose a Dingle bed and breakfast.
There are 25 Irish Tourist Board approved Dingle B&Bs scattered in the town and all over the peninsula. If you want to experience peace and tranquillity in a scenic area then choose Dingle B&B’s dotted around the peninsula. If you want to head out in Dingle town and make the most of it’s legendary nightlife then book a B&B in Dingle town.
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