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  1. The Handmade Sessions

    Dingle, Kerry

    Half-day workshops in a variety of crafts. Read more

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  2. Gates of Glory

    Dingle, Kerry

    The Dingle Peninsula is littered with ancient Celtic and early Christian monuments. The Gates of Glory, near Dingle in County Kerry, are but one impressive example of ancient standing stones. Read more

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  3. Sciúird Archaeology Tours

    Dingle, Kerry

    Experienced guided minibus tours visiting a number of archaeological sites on the Western part of the Dingle Peninsula. Read more

  4. The Boatyard Restaurant

    Dingle, Kerry

    The Boatyard Restaurant is situated overlooking Dingle Harbour in the busy quay side area on Strand Street. The family friendly restaurant specialises in local seafood but also caters to non fish eaters. Read more

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  5. Lord Baker's Seafood Restaurant & Bar

    Dingle, Kerry

    Family Run award winning premises in Dingle town. Believed to be the oldest pub in Dingle. Lunch is served Sat / Sunday from 12.30pm-2pm, with dinner available from 6pm-10pm. There is a wide choice of menu. Read more

  6. Garfinny Bridge

    Dingle, Kerry

    Garfinny Bridge is a medieval bridge which has been recently restored and is the only bridge to be declared a national monument of Ireland. It is located near Dingle in County Kerry. Read more

  7. John Benny's Pub

    Dingle, Kerry

    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. Read more

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  8. Dingle Internet Cafe

    Dingle, Kerry

    Send news home and check emails from this internet café. Read more

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  9. Dingle Bay Charters Sea Angling

    Dingle, Kerry

    Dingle Bay Charters Sea Angling based in Dingle, County Kerry offers anglers the chance to fish the waters around the most westerly islands in Europe with skippers that have spent a lifetime at sea. Read more

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  10. 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

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