Towns of Kerry
Dingle —County Kerry
Dingle (An Daingean), the most westerly town in Europe, is the chief town of the peninsula and an excellent centre for the visitor.
Lying partly at the foot of a steep slope on the north side of Dingle Harbour, it is bounded on three sides by hills which, towards the north, culminate to Mount Brandon (950 m/3,127 ft). Through the progressive town, it still retains much of its old-world atmosphere.
North of Dingle town is the mighty rampart of Brandon and on its western side lies a coastal plain, studded with typical Irish hamlets and villages. This western end of the peninsula offers magnificent coastal scenery. The Dingle Sea Life Centre - Mara Beo Teo, displays the sealife of the peninsula and further afield.
There are numerous activities in Dingle for visitors, including boat trips, equestrian and cycling.
Within 25kms of here