Dingle Peninsula

  1. Dingle Sailing Centre

    Dingle, Kerry

    Dingle Sailing Centre aims to foster and develop interest in sailing through sailing courses, and other activities in conjunction with the Dingle Sailing Club. Read more

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  2. Greenlane Gallery

    Dingle, Kerry

    Greenlane Gallery, in Dingle County Kerry, exhibits works by leading Irish artists. The gallery shows contemporary Irish paintings and sculpture often by leading Irish artists. Read more

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  3. Díseart

    Dingle, Kerry

    Díseart strives to enable people access, study, and appropriate our native Irish culture and spirituality in terms of language, literature, history, archaeology, folklore, theology, spirituality and music. Read more

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  4. An Droichead Beag

    Dingle, Kerry

    An Droichead Beag (The Small Bridge) pub is located on the corner of Main Street and Spa Road, and has "mighty" traditional Irish music sessions seven nights a week. Read more

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  5. O'Flaherty's Dingle

    Dingle, Kerry

    Lively and informal, this traditional pub, with its flagstoned floor and high ceiling, is itself a notable part of Dingles tradition. Irish is spoken here and walls are decorated with pictures which illustrate the culture and history of the area. Read more

  6. Paudie's Bar & Long's Restaurant

    Dingle, Kerry

    Cosy bar and restaurant situated on the seafront with an excellent reputation for its local seafood. Lobster, oyster, prawns and salmon are specialities. Read more

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  7. Half Door Restaurant

    Dingle, Kerry

    Seafood speciality restaurant with old world charm. Friendly, professional service. Extensive wine list. Read more

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  8. Colaiste Ide

    Dingle, Kerry

    At the south-western end of Dingle Harbour are the wooded grounds of Colaiste Ide, formerly a school of the Mercy Order. Originally this was Burnham House, the residence of Lord Ventry. It is now a girls boarding school. Read more

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  9. Dingle Lighthouse

    Dingle, Kerry

    The lighthouse itself is maintained by Dingle Harbour Commissioners and was built in 1885 for a total cost of €747.88. Its purpose is to guide boats to the seaward of the Crow Rock which may be seen off Eask Tower to the west. Read more

  10. Eask Tower And Hill

    Dingle, Kerry

    This is the shapely hill with the prominent tower on its summit which stands on the south side of Dingle Harbour. It can be reached by branching left from the Ventry Road at Ballymore, 4km west of Dingle. Read more

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