Europe's most westerly camp site, Teach an Aragail Campail is situated on the tranquil, beautiful and unspoilt Dingle Peninsula. The camp site is the nearest to Dingle Town and is positioned in the heart of the Gaeltacht, surrounded by music, poetry, history, archaeology, culture and scenery. This family-run camp site, which won the Bord Fáilte Ambiance Award in 2001 and 2006, features 42 pitches. It has wheelchair accessible toilets, and new shower and washing facilities. The site is ideally located just beside a beach, with pubs and restaurants nearby as well. During a stay in Dingle, visitors will find so many activities and attractions available to them. They can walk the way of the saints to Mount Brandon, follow the Dingle Way and visit the famous Blasket Islands. Or, explore archaeology at the Gallarus Oratory and Riasc Cross. Visitors also won’t want to miss the opportunity to taste the food, hear the music and breath the fresh air in this special space. The on-site information centre provides visitors with all the details they need to plan their excursions. Kids are free during off-peak months and dogs are allowed on lead only (except from 20 July to 10 August).