The Dingle peninnsula
The scenery along this coastel roadway is amazing, you would be well advised to get someone else to do the driving so you can enjoy it without risking your life in a car crash… This is a great spot for surfing, and if you don’t surf it’s a great place for watching the surfers, some of whom are well worth watching and there was one in particular who could even compete with the scenery HE WAS FINE!
Dingle is a nice little town but its charisma has been dented if not completely shattered by the fact that it is now a commercialised monument to a dolphin, who I hope they are paying a good wage to, because he is packing the place full of money spending tourists every day,. Like Killarney it’s the area surrounding the town that holds all the real charm, if you want to avoid the crowds December / January is a good time, you might even be lucky enough to see some snow which just adds to the splendour of this place and no matter what you think of this town when you leave, what you will remember most is the costal route that took you there (or that surfer if your lucky enough to see him),
Visit Dingle and all its splendours. It's less crowded than Iveragh (although busy enough) and just as nice.
You can swim with a dolphin, hike a trail and sunbathe (providing the weather is good enough), all in one day!
Take a drive around the beautiful and scenic Dingle Peninsula.
In my opinion, this is one of the most beautiful areas in Ireland.
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