The Dingle Peninsula in county Kerry is famous for its stunning coast line. As part of the Wild Atlantic Way, it is attracting tourists from all around the world who seek to experience Ireland’s raw beauty. But what is there to see and do on Dingle Peninsula?
Here are 7 places that you should not miss:
1. Inch Beach
is definitely worth a visit! Walking down this huge beach is really relaxing. However, it can get very exiting if local equestrians decide to take their horses for a little canter down the beach.
2. Bulls Head
and the beach right next to it are forming a beautiful spot to stop and enjoy the diverse colours of the rocks.
(and I am talking about the village itself this time) is a lovely little place. Its colourful houses all along the main roads are particularly outstanding.
4. Slea Head Drive
is the coastal road that takes you from Dingle Village to the very end of the Dingle Peninsula. I can definitely recommend driving down the Slea Head Drive, as the views just kept getting better after every corner.
5. Dunquin Harbour
is known from many photos and postcards and definitely worth a visit. Make sure to walk all the way down to the actual harbour as well. The surrounding cliffs are impressive.
6. Connor Pass
is feared by many due to its narrow passages. I have to say, however, that in the past years the streets have been broadened (apart from a short passage) and Connor Pass is now quite a joy to drive.
7. Lough Gill
and especially the sand dunes around it are perfect for a little climb. From up there, you will have an amazing view with the mountains of the Dingle Peninsula in front of you!
When planning your next, or maybe first ever, Wild Atlantic Way road trip, make sure to see Dingle. There are just so many breathtaking things to see and do on Dingle Peninsula that you would not want to miss out on!