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Dingle General Information

The Dingle Peninsula is a magnetic destination in Ireland and a famously beautiful swath of the Emerald Isle at that. The County Kerry village of Dingle is the primary and truthfully, only community on the peninsula and spans the westernmost point in the country. Home to about 2,000 people, the small town swells well beyond that number every summer, as countless visitors come to enjoy incomparable peninsula panoramas. In spite of the hordes who flock to Dingle to enjoy traditional Irish music in the pubs and mill in the numerous arts and crafts shops, copious charm is on hand in and outside of town. ... Read more »

The word “idyllic” is not out of place in Dingle, which is precisely why it elicits so much attention. The peninsula landscape is unspoilt, for the most part, and the Dingle coastline feels a lot like the edge of the world. From the dramatic Conor mountain pass to the Blasket Islands, Dingle is a gateway to the picture-postard fairy tale Ireland that inhabits the dreams of so many travellers. Worthwhile attractions and landmarks in the vicinity of town include the Oceanworld aquarium, Dunberg Fort and Corca Dhuibhne Museum, which documents the legacy of a prehistoric kingdom familiar to fans of traditional Irish seanchaí lore.

Attractions

  • Oceanworld Aquarium
  • Dunbeg Fort
  • Corca Dhuibhne Museum
  • Dingle Peninsula Archaeological Sites
  • The Dingle Dolphin

Activities

  • The Blasket Islands
  • Louis Mulcahy Pottery
  • Dingle World of Leisure
  • Dingle Film Festival
  • Dingle Food and Wine Festival

Restaurants

  • Goat Street Café
  • Paul Geaney's Bar and Restaurant
  • The Chart House Restaurant
  • The Phoenix Organic and Vegetarian Restaurant
  • Sammy's Bar Restaurant and Café

Nightlife

  • Ashe's Bar
  • The Doghouse
  • The Dingle Pub
  • Spillane's Bar
  • John Benny’s Pub

Climate

Dingle has a temperate maritime climate, with temperatures between 4°C and 19°C for the year and moderate to heavy rainfall between October and January.

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Dingle Skellig Hotel
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4.4
out of 51 Reviews
Mail Road Dingle County Kerry

Situated on the most westerly peninsula in Europe, the Dingle Skellig Hotel's reputation for comfort, hospitality and ... More hotel details

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Dingle Benners Hotel
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4.7
out of 52 Reviews
Main Street Dingle

Benners Hotel offers the best of both world's traditional Irish warmth and comfort coupled with the best of modern fac... More hotel details

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Dingle Harbour Lodge
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0
out of 50 Reviews
The Wood Dingle Town, Dingle 0

The Dingle Harbour Lodge, is a beautiful purpose built premises with stunning sea views. The hotel often described as... More hotel details

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