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Dingle Peninsula

– green, rugged and untouched. Traditions are strong and stress is a foreign word. The west of the Dingle Peninsula is a Gaeltacht area (Irish speaking) and full history, culture and beauty.

The Dingle Peninsula is one of the most beautiful places on earth
National geographic

Dingle is easy accessible by car, bus or plane. The closest airports are Kerry, Shannon and Cork.

For the most comfortable travelling we are pleased to arrange special transfer services for you!



Baile Na nGall (Ballydavid)

is a small fishing village on the shores of Smerwick Harbout and has the most amazing views of Mt. Brandon on the Eastern side and the distinctive Three Sisters to the West. Around Baile Na nGall

there are a lot of possibilities to explore nature and history. Peaceful hills and fields, sandy beaches and sheer cliffs make this area a “Walkers-Paradise”.



The Dingle Peninsula is an open air museum. It’s littered with monuments that date from the Bronze-age to early Christianity, to Viking, To Norman and to English periods in Irish history. David Lean chose this area for his masterpiece film “Ryan’s daughter”.

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