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About Dingle

The Dingle Peninsula, which extends from the southwest of Ireland to the Atlantic Ocean, is located in Kerry County. Dingle has many natural beauties which are also admired by the National Geographic. Dingle deserves the title of the most beautiful place on earth. Dingle offers a unique atmosphere for its visitors with its high mountains, entertaining pubs, lively festivals and beaches offering fantastic views.

The fishing port called Dingle Town forms the heart of the peninsula. Cloghane beaches are among the most popular places for wind surfers. The Dingle Peninsula is also an important place for art and traditional music lovers with its Gaeltacht Region. There is a festival almost every month of the year on the peninsula which hosts various festivals. Food, wine, film, wind and walking festivals are among the most known festivals.

In addition, the town is protected by the Irish government in terms of Gaelic language. Dingle, well-known with its natural beauties, also has a mysterious historical feature with its prehistoric castles, ancient Christian churches and sacred wells. You can reach the Dingle Peninsula by car, train and bus from Tralee, the nearest town. The Dingle Peninsula is located about 50 kilometers of Tralee.