Dingle does it in style
Eclectic, quaint and really rather beautiful, Dingle even draws fans from the Atlantic Ocean – resident dolphin Fungie pops up to say hello to anyone in his neighbourhood! If you've headed offshore to see him, then next stop has to be the Dingle Distillery to warm up. It's here that they use three distinctive, hand-crafted copper pot stills to create what the owners call "the ultimate Irish whiskey." And if for some strange reason you don't fancy a whiskey when you visit, the Distillery's vodka and gin are something special, too!
If you have more time
If you're this far south, then you must head to the South Pole Inn, which was once owned by Antarctic Explorer, Tom Crean. It's a great spot for a bit of food, craic and a side order of history! In Dingle itself, try Dick Mack’s and experience something really special in these unique surroundings!