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Ranked #1 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Scenic Drives
Scenic drive from Dingle Town to the Dingle Peninsula and back.
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Ranked #2 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Historic Sites; Islands
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Ranked #3 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Geologic Formations
A scenic stretch of land surrounded by rugged coastline.
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Ranked #4 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
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Eask Tower (Dingle)
Ranked #5 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Observation Decks/ Towers
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Ranked #6 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Horseback Riding Stables
Owner description: Welcome to Dingle Horse Riding. Set on the dramatic and beautiful west coast of Ireland, we specialise in two hour to week... more » Owner description: Welcome to Dingle Horse Riding. Set on the dramatic and beautiful west coast of Ireland, we specialise in two hour to week long riding holidays for experienced riders, taking in all the beauty and exhiliration of the mountains and beaches the Dingle Peninsula has to offer. We also offer one hour mountain rides for novice/beginner riders.Our horses are mostly Irish sporthorses, with some draught, cob and appaloosa, ranging from 14hh to 17hh. We pride ourselves in having happy, well-cared for and well turned out horses, friendly knowledgeable guides and great routes designed for both fantastic riding and views. Beginner/novice riders can only be taken on the 1 hour mountain ride. Only riders intermediate/advanced experienced in the English style of riding, able to post/rising trot and ride two point/forward seat in canter can be taken to the beaches. Riders will be assessed in the arena before leaving the yard, and during the one hour ride. In the interests of safety, and at the discretion of the guide, riders judged to be beginner/novice or inexperienced in an English style of riding will not be taken to the beach. « less
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Dingle Bay (Dingle)
Ranked #7 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
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Inch Beach (Inch)
Ranked #8 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Beaches
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #9 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Hiking Trails
Discover the most beautiful place on earth with Dingle Guided Walks. Breathtaking scenery, Archaelogical Sites and great fun.
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Ranked #10 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Ancient Ruins; Religious Sites
Ancient church built over 1,000 years ago.
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Ranked #11 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers; Geologic Formations; Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas; History Museums
This cultural center explores the unique history, art and culture of the Blasket Islands.
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Play At Height (Dingle)
Ranked #12 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Sports Complexes
Owner description: Play At Height features Irelands Largest indoor rock climbing wall , with a huge variety of climbs suitable for all the... more » Owner description: Play At Height features Irelands Largest indoor rock climbing wall , with a huge variety of climbs suitable for all the family. No experience is required to come in and give it a go !Our outdoor high ropes course will see you swinging , sliding and zipping high above the ground. And for the real thrill seekers why not finish your visit with a jump from our 40 ft high free fall! Play at Height will entertain and thrill the whole family. « less
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Ranked #13 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
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Ranked #14 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Historic Sites; Religious Sites
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Ranked #15 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: History Museums
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Ranked #16 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: Open mid-May through September. Closed during winter.The DWSS officially opened its doors to the public in June of 2010 and... more » Owner description: Open mid-May through September. Closed during winter.The DWSS officially opened its doors to the public in June of 2010 and is working around the clock with a team of hardworking resident volunteers to care for any animal in need in Ireland.The Dingle Wildlife & Seal Sanctuary (DWSS) rescues orphaned, wounded and starving seal pups and releases them back into the wild as soon as they have a clean bill of health. The DWSS provides a west coast home for seals and any wildlife in need, and provides the funds and facilities essential to servicing the needs of the animals, promoting their conservation and protection and developing the harmonious and sustainable ecotourism industry of the area. Set on 22 acres of beautiful lakes and wetlands, the DWSS is an ideal location to visit the Seal Sanctuary, learn about the rehabilitation process and meet the resident rescued seal-pups. Wander along the Nature Trail board walks to enjoy the wildlife. Feed our resident bird collection of Ducks, Geese, Swans and Peacocks or play with one of our adorable Kid Goats. We have a stunning children’s adventure playground featuring a large wooden castle, a bouncy castle and a fantastic climbing frame. Enjoy a relaxing paddle around our beautiful lakes on one of our pedalo boats. Pick up a souvenir from our Gift shop and treat yourself in our authentic farm fresh café offering delectable nibbles, warming coffees and much more at Blúiríní Blasta. « less
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Glentenassig Forest (Castlegregory)
Ranked #17 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Forests
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Ranked #18 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Golf Courses
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Ranked #19 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Aquariums
A large aquarium filled with countless species of marine life.
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Lough Anascaul (Dingle)
Ranked #20 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Bodies of Water
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Ranked #21 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
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Ranked #22 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Mountains
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Riasc (Dingle)
Ranked #23 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Historic Sites
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Phoenix Cinema (Dingle)
Ranked #24 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
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Jamie Knox Watersports (Castlegregory)
Ranked #25 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Sports Camps/ Clinics
Owner description: we are a watersports company based in the South west of Ireland, Ideally located for windsurfing, surfing and SUP's lessons... more » Owner description: we are a watersports company based in the South west of Ireland, Ideally located for windsurfing, surfing and SUP's lessons and rentals. Open all year round with a fully stocked Surf Shop « less
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Castlegregory Golf Club (Castlegregory)
Ranked #26 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
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Ranked #27 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Historic Sites
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Ranked #28 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: History Museums

This is a fasinating little museum in the village of Ballyferriter. Exhibits include one of the largest soup pots used in Ireland during the Great Hunger. The exhibition covers... more »

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Minard Castle (Dingle)
Ranked #29 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Castles

The castle sits on a prominent hill overlooking a small gorgeous bay with a beautiful sandy beach below it and rising cliffs to the east.  It was attacked by Cromwell on two... more »

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Ranked #30 of 50 attractions in Dingle Peninsula
Category: Art Galleries; Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas; Geologic Formations
Owner description: The Greenlane showcases some of the most vibrant and distinstive creative talent from Ireland and abroad with work ranging... more » Owner description: The Greenlane showcases some of the most vibrant and distinstive creative talent from Ireland and abroad with work ranging from Fine Art to Applied Art and Jewellery. « less
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