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Dingle Peninsula, Ireland Holiday & Travel Guide.

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“Allow me to begin with a flat statement: The Dingle Peninsula which stretches out 30 miles from the county Kerry coast in southwestern Ireland is the most beautiful place on earth.”
- Boris Weintraub in the 1986 National Geographic “Traveler.”

- Take an Adventure Holiday of a Lifetime - Watersports, Horse Riding, Surfing, Cycling, Trecking, Climbing ... all here

- Dine Out & Enjoy Many Fine Restaurants & Cafes or Sample a Drink at the Bar, Pub, or Club.

- Explore Ireland's 8000+ Years of History all on The Dingle Peninsula, Ireland.

- Book Accommodation - B&B's - Guesthouses - Hotels - Hostels - Holiday Homes , & Budget Accommodation

Discover Ireland - Visit the South West, Holiday on The Dingle Peninsula in Ireland.

The Atlantic sea washes against the rugged landscape of the Dingle Peninsula and the constant weather changing climate present the visitor with unexpected, stunning photographic excitement. The sightseeing visitor will be amazed at such an abundance of natural beauty.

Among the visiting Attractions are: boat trips to the Great Blasket Island & Eco Tours, Dolphin boat trips, the Ocean World Aquarium & a Seal Sanctuary.

Of great Cultural Interest are the famous Harry Clark's Stained Glass Windows. Many locally acclaimed Artists capturing the image on canvas and the talented Crafts people making truly unique pieces in all kinds of materials.

There are weekly Summer Concerts in St. James Church and the Dingle Beehive Theatre Company provide the entertainment. Of course not forgetting our famous Pubs & Gigs, local musicians playing Traditional music for the "thirsty" and fun loving kind.

The surrounding hills and fields are dotted with grazing sheep and cattle and the Atlantic spray gives our beef and lamb that unique delicious flavour. It is rated among the best in the world.

It is also a perfect arena for the sporty, active holiday maker. On offer is: Walking & Trekking, Horse Riding, Surfing, Sailing & Canoeing, Fishing & Angling, Cycling, Golfing and Pitch & Putt. The many safe beaches in the area is a child's paradise for roaming.

A visit to The Dingle Peninsula is unforgettable, even if you are the traveller that yearn peace and quiet. Come and check it out.

Bring your umbrella, just in case some "Irish Mist" drops from the sky! ;-)

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Articles & Written Contributions

... from around the Dingle Peninsula, Ireland

Burnham woods and lagoon. Margaret Heavey, B.Sc, M.Sc.

The Skinny on the Full Irish and my own Patrick’s Day Posted on March 7, 2012 by patric

Ireland’s worst kept secret: my neck of the woods! Posted on December 7, 2011 by patric

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The dramatic beauty of the Dingle Peninsula has been an inspiration and a wonder to visitors for hundreds of years.

DIngle Tower cross history

A treasure trove of archaeological and histoyical interest that are nestled into the breathtakingly beautiful landscape of the Dingle Peninsula.

People have inhabited the Peninsula for thousands of years from Neolithic man to Celtic Pagans, farmed and build small stone cottages and walls on this rugged stony soil. Ruins of cottages are still standing today, many on the Great Blasket Island.

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