A POPULAR TOWN WITH THE WHOLE FAMILY
Dingle is the main town of the famous Dingle Peninsula. With a relatively small population (1,270 inhabitants), Dingle is a quiet town that comes alive with tourism.
As the Dingle Peninsula is a must-stop in Ireland, the town itself is among the highlights to see. Lying along the protected bay, Dingle boasts some beautiful beaches. The bay is an ideal spot for those who enjoy water sports.
Angling is a popular activity, along with boating. There are even boat tours if you would like to catch a glance of the famous Dingle dolphin, Fungi.
If you don’t manage to see him, you can head to the Dingle Oceanworld instead. This aquarium is especially popular with children because of its underwater glass tunnel and ‘touch pools’.
The port of Dingle is also lovely if you fancy a walk along the water to admire the colourful houses.
Another highlight of the town is the chapel of the Presentation Convent on Green Street. The glass windows are worth a look. You may also want to visit the Diseart Visitor Centre. Housed inside the convent, Diseart is the Institute of Irish Spirituality and Culture.View County Cork and County Kerry