Dingle has a mild but quite wet climate. The Gulf Stream stops winter temperatures from dipping too low, although winters can be windy and wet.
Winter (November to February): Dingle's winters are wet than cold and this is the season which brings the heaviest rainfall. It can be grey and wet for days on end, but there can also be breakthroughs of clear, frosty days. January being the coldest and the wettest month and generally off season in Dingle.
Spring (March to June): Spring is also a good season to visit Dingle, as the natural scenery bursts into life. The average daytime temperature climbs steadily from 10 degree Celsius in March to 15 degree Celsius in May.
Summer (July to October): The summer months are the peak season in Dingle, and its small streets quickly become clogged with traffic. August is the hottest month even though it may rain while July is the driest month.
Autumn: Dingle can be a beautiful place to visit in the autumn. Expect some wet and windy weather, with some fog and mist too.
So, the best time to visit Dingle is between July and October.