42 Accommodation, 91 Things to do
Enjoy a guided tour of the Dingle Peninsula and the Blasket Islands. A ferry service to Valentia Island is available.
Fentons is a long established family run resturant. Fentons on Green St is in the heart of Dingle with a background in farming and fishing all our ingredients are sourced locally. localy producted Dexter beef is one many specialities served here.
Experienced guided minibus tours visiting a number of archaeological sites on the Western part of the Dingle Peninsula.
Originally a small pub built in 1790,Doyle’s was established as a restaurant in Dingle over 25 years ago and was one of the first in the town and is now renowned for good eating places, Doyle's Restaurant specialises in fresh seafoods & local produce
Based in Fadó Antiques, Gifts & Gallery Framing, Main Street, Dingle, County Kerry, resident artist Patrick Hennessy offers original paintings of the Dingle Peninsula, with a framing workshop also on the premises.
A large archaeological collection of authentic artefacts from the Jurassic, Stone Age, Bronze Age, Celtic and Viking eras including the only genuine fossil Woolly Mammoth, Dinosaur egg nest, and Cave Bear skeleton in Ireland.
Dingle Horse Riding is a family-run business. With stables just a mile outside of Dingle town, it is one of the most popular destinations for horse riding holidays in Ireland, offering inclusive, residential, and post-to-post equestrian adventures.
All weather family entertainment complex, with cosmic ten pin bowling, American style pool tables, children’s activity gym, interactive amusements & café / coffee dock.
Scuba diving, boat trips and training are offered, with dive sites around Dingle and the Blasket Islands.
John Benny's Pub is a family run pub on Dingle's seafront serving food all day and providing Irish music and singing nightly. Close to all the town's attractions.
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