‘Off the beaten trek’


The Dingle Peninsula is the westernmost point in Ireland and arguably Europe. It is renowned for its rugged beauty and quiet clean beaches, the national graphic once cited it as ‘the most beautiful place on earth’.

Much of Dingle and it's surrounding towns is a Gaeltacht area, where the Irish language is widely spoken in the home, workplace and at school.

The Dingle peninsula has something for everyone, fantastic places to stay, unbeatable restaurants, pubs with unbelievable musicians and not to mention ‘craic’!

There's also plenty to do and see, great walks, kayaking, cycling, boat tours, old archeological sites and even a resident dolphin, fungi!

Here are a few personal recommendations of places to stay and things to do!

Accommodation in ballydavid (near the stables)

Coil An Rois

Hurleys B&B

Bothar Pub

An Riasc B&B

Accommodation in Dingle town

The Skellig Hotel

Pax House

Bar Na Sraide

Things to do and see in and around dingle

The Slea Head Drive
A stunning drive to the end of the peninsula, fabulous views of the blasket islands and beautiful little sandy beaches.

Uisce Saddlery, Green Street, Dingle
A unique workshop in Dingle town where leather goods can be seen being handstitched and sold, this is where most of our bridles are made.

The Coach House, Mail Road, Dingle
A beautiful shop in Dingle, stocking the bet of irish craft, interior pieces and life’s little luxuries.

Irish Adventures, Strand Street, Dingle
For the best kayaking, cycling, rock climbing and walking tours visit

Dingle Sea Safari, Tourist Office Centre, Strand Street, Dingle
Exhilarating rib experiences on the Dingle Peninsula.

Ocean World, Strand Street, Dingle
Visit the aquarium in Dingle.

Traditional music and bars

The courthouse pub, The Mall, Dingle

Kennedys bar, Goat street, Dingle

Where to eat

Bar/Bistro food
James Longs Gastro Bar, Strand Street, Dingle

Best restaurant
The Half Door, John Street, Dingle

Luxury horse riding
amongst tranquil and
unique scenery

Glacial valley rides
and beach treks

Beginners to
experienced riders,
adults & children

Small groups
or private rides

Horse riding lessons
for all levels

Sea View Equestrian

Ballinloughig, Ballydavid
Dingle Peninsula
Co. Kerry, Ireland
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00353 (0)87 133 8084
00353 (0)87 990 9926

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