Be it, a romantic stroll along one of Dingles many sandy beaches, a hike along The Dingle Way, a visit to the Great Blasket Islands or a chance to experience the hospitality Dingle Town has to offer through its array of dining and bar choices. The town of Dingle, on the tip of Dingle Peninsula, a precious gem on The Wild Atlantic Way is most definitely worth a visit.
For both the young and the mature, no one is left out, there is something for everyone
The Slea Head Loop, which takes in Dunquin and Ventry, its 26 miles of luscious beaches and magnificent scenery is a must for avid walkers, hikers and cyclists.
Surfing in Castlegregory or sailing alongside the inlets and bays off the coast of Kerry. Climbing Mt Brandon, A cultural visit to The Blasket Centre or immersion in the Gaeltacht region and our native language, Dingle has it all.
For the more relaxed, a drive through The Conor Pass, will fulfil all of your senses, absolutely breath-taking.
For our young ones, don’t despair, A tour of Dingle Ocean world Aquarium and Murphy’s for ice cream after, all smiles, and finish off with a boat trip from Dingle Harbour.
We here at Scotts will be happy to provide you with any information, advice, help with bookings and also, we can share our experience of Dingle and its surrounds. An experience that has left an indelible mark and resulted in our love and admiration for An Daingean