The Dingle Peninsula, named after the town of Dingle, is the northernmost peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland. The region is full of prehistoric and medieval ruins, some of the bluest waters and the greenest pastures in the world.
You can view these vast landscapes and wide ranges of natural beauty first hand while driving the southern coast of Ireland. Here are some memorable spots.
Dingle Town Clochán (Beehive Huts)
Dingle Town Dingle Bay
Dingle Town Cill Mhaolcheadair Church
Slea Head Drive
Dingle Bay Marina
Dingle Bay Harbor
Dingle Town Lord Ventry’s West Tower, Dingle Harbor