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“Scenic, quiet, with lovely stops along the way”

The Dingle Peninsula
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Ranked #5 of 393 things to do in County Kerry
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Reviewed April 4, 2013

Everything you'd want in a scenic drive: Spectacular coastlines, ice-carved valleys, granite hills and lots of sheep. It was practically deserted over the Easter weekend, allowing for a very easy and relaxed drive. Plenty of little towns along the way. You could do the drive in about 3 hours, but we spent 6 just wandering about, and had it been warmer we would have been longer. In the summer you could easily spend a couple of days here.

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Reviewed March 23, 2013

Bad weather meant giving the entire Ring of Kerry a miss, but two days in Dingle meant time to enjoy the drive through the peninsular to the pretty town, and an afternoon exploring the Slea

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Reviewed March 13, 2013

Continued out onto the Dingle Peninsula after driving the Ring.
Quaint town of Dingle made us welcome with a hearty lunch and some souvies near the harbour.
Well worth the extra Kms to get here.The rolling slope of the countryside dropping off into the Castlemaine harbour and the North Atlantic adds to the charm of this place.

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Reviewed December 16, 2012

Our family of four drove the Dingle Peninsula and explored the village of Dingle. The scenery was stunning, ruggedly beautiful. Roads are very narrow in places so drive safely. Lots of photo opportunities. The village of Dingle is charm personified and has a good selection of shops. We got some great bargain knits that were much more expensive in the rest of Ireland. The people were very friendly and we throrughly enjoyed our day out here. be sure to stop at Louis Mulcahy pottery shop and cafe. Great shop - so well set out and a lovely cafe upstairs in an attic section.

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Reviewed November 24, 2012

A pleasant journey with spectacular views, Inch Sands has a wonderful beach walk and Dingle Town itself is clean and tidy. You really need to take a whole day to travel the Peninsula stopping off to admire the views and visit the towns along the way.

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