Dingle Peninsula, Dingle

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Address: Dingle, Ireland

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Dingle Peninsula is Ireland at its rawest. The lush spreads of green mountains and pasture lands are a soothing hug for every traveler. Tourists love to rent a car to explore the peninsula as most of Ireland is a spectacle with every kilometer.

Dingle Peninsula Information

  • Do rent a car to sight-see around the peninsula.
  • The Dingle town in the peninsula is sure to give you good accommodation and great restaurants during you stay here.
  • Carry food and refreshments with you when you are exploring.

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  • We took the Slea Head Trail as a spur of the moment trip and were very happy with how much we found. The drive was a lot of fun (I'm a fairly confident driver) and the scenery was amazingly diverse and beautiful. We went with no plan other than "follow the trail" and stumbled upon so much we'll be coming back. Definitely take the time to stop frequently and you'll still probably finish the loop in 2-4 hours. Aim for a sunny day although we still enjoyed it with fog all day!

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  • Some of the best scenery in the world. Also has Dingle town with lots of good pubs and restaurants, as well as a local dolphin that you can book a tour to see.

  • An absolutely beautiful part of Ireland. Especially the non-touristy areas.

  • Home away from home. Beautiful part of the country with stunning scenery! 👌

  • Fantastic landscapes, seascapes, culture and food. Dingle town is chock-a-block at high season but there are many other quieter places to visit.

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