With the spectacular Conor Pass behind it, bustling, vibrant town of Dingle faces onto a sheltered harbour. It is the largest settlement on the Dingle Peninsula and a perfect base for exploring this breathtaking part of the Irish coastline.
The town of Dingle lies within a Gaeltacht region meaning many locals still speak Gaelic. The area is rich in historical and archaeological history including stone circles, beehive huts and ancient settlements dating back 6,000 years.
One of Dingle’s most famous inhabitants is Fungie, a male bottlenose dolphin who has made the harbour his home. He is frequently seen escorting boats, canoeists and windsurfers in the bay.