Dingle Peninsula

Always Magical - I gCónaí Draíochtúil

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The Dingle Peninsula / Corca Dhuibhne, stretches 30 miles (48 kilometres) into the Atlantic Ocean on the south-west coast on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. The Blasket Islands lie to the west and the peninsula is dotted with lovely villages that each offer their own unique sense of place…

‘The most beautiful place on earth’ 
- National Geographic

‘Voted among the top 100 destinations in the world’

- Trip Advisor

‘A very favourable winter destination’


Film location for Star Wars Episode VIII – The Last Jedi, Ryan’s Daughter and Far and Away

Spend time in a place rich in tradition, literature and culture, where native Gaelic (Irish language) prospers alongside modern languages, where the perfect harmony created by nature restores the spirit, where you can relax and savour the scenery, the flora and fauna, the art & photography, craft trails, the culture, the archaeology, the local food, craft distillery and breweries, or just meet the people – the choice is yours!

Come and meet “The locals” in a place full of character and characters! Try a “cúpla focail” – our local Irish words, watch some Gaelic Football, join a traditional Irish Music Session or experience our local Festivals all year round! With a choice of villages – from fishing villages to market towns to seaside resorts, there is so much to explore, see and do!

Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula is much more than an attraction… It’s a destination!

The peninsula has something to offer to everyone – hikers & bikers – The Dingle Way and ancient walking trails, cycling delights, links golf, horse riding trails, water activities – surfing, kayaking, eco boat tours, windsurfing, diving, rowing, sailing, angling, swimming at Blue Flag beaches; family fun – aquarium, pet farms, summer camps; wellbeing and relaxation; educational holidays; immersive sports events; heritage and geology enthusiasts; shopping and so much more…