About Dingle

Dingle in the Irish language is "Daingean Ui Chuis" Daingean means "fortress" , Ui Chuis is "Hussey". Fortress of Hussey

The clear and clean Atlantic seas wash against Dingle's rugged coastline for many visitors who travel from all over the world to experience the exquisite beauty of the area

About 1200 people live in Dingle, but it serves the larger population of the surrounding countryside, and especially in the summer months it caters for many visitors.

Fishing and farming have long been the major industries, but tourism has become an increasingly important business in the town.

The dramatic beauty of Dingle peninsula has been an inspiration and wonder to visitors for hundreds of years. For visitors based in Dingle there is a considerable variety of things to do; there are golf links and courses, beaches and hills for walking and trekking, there is a perfect arena for water sports (angling-sailing), aquarium, horse riding, art galleries, pubs and restaurants serving the best in food and drink with traditional music playing and now you can find "Dingle exclusive" in Dingle.

Dingle region is perfect for all types of holiday for families, groups, couples and for the soul who yearns for peace and quiet.

Enjoy Dingle...