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Hill walkers, Walkers, Mountain Climbers and would-be Climbers will all find something to challenge and excite them on the Dingle Peninsula. From the mighty Mount Brandon, to walks along the area's many soft, sandy beaches, Dingle is heaven for walkers.



The waters off the Dingle Peninsula provide divers with a huge selection of beautiful and varied diving grounds, from shipwrecks and sea life, to caves and underwater cliffs.


Cycling the Dingle Peninsula is a great way to take in the awesome views and vistas of our mountains, valleys, lakes and seas.


Situated in Dunquin, the The Blasket Centre helps to explain the amazing history of this group of islands that lie a few miles off the Peninsula's Coast.The Blasket Centre / Ionad an Bhlascaoid Mhóir, Exhibition and Cafe, Dún Chaoin.



Dingle Marine Eco Tours take you on an exploration of Dingle Bay, with tours leaving regularly from the Pier Head. Trips by Boat to Fungie, The Dingle Dolphin, also leave regularly from the Pier Head. A visit to see Dingle's native Bottlenose Dolphin is a truly unmissable experience.



The 18-hole Golf Links at Ceann Sibeal is situated ten miles west of Dingle Town. It is the most westerly, and one of the most beautiful, golf courses in Europe



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