The Dingle Peninsula is located in the south west of Ireland. Its rugged landscape falls towards the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. It is Irelands’ most western point. In the shadow of Mount Brandon there is a maze of fuchsia fringed roads. The ancient landscape consists of prehistoric ring forts and beehive huts. Many examples of early Christian chapels, crosses and holy wells. Picturesque hamlets and abandoned villages. Waves crash on the rocks and surf gently unrolls into sandy coves. Dingle’s beauty truly starts to then reveal itself.
Dingle is a charming town, that attracts artists craftspeople and musicians. Characters in workshops and museums. Dingle has many traditional music sessions and festivals.