Things to do in Dingle and on the Dingle Peninsula


Things to do at Browne’s Bed and Breakfast

Dingle Tourist Office and the craft shops and restaurants of Dingle’s town centre can be reached in a 15-minute walk or 2-minute drive. Milltown Bridge is 700 m away, and there is a pick-up and drop-off service from the bus stop. Dunquin is only 15 km away and from there you can easily reach the Blasket Islands.

Is ceantar aoibhinn tuaithe é seo ina bhfuil radharcanna aoibhne, idir shléibhte is tránna is bailte gleoite. Táimid lonnaithe sa Ghaeltacht agus tá an Ghaolainn le clos agat, ceol beo, bia iontach ar fáil agus go leor láithreacha agus imeachtaí cultúrtha. Bain súp as!

See The Dingle peninsula

The Dingle Peninsula is an incredible place to see and visit.  You can enjoy the amazing Dingle Peninsula by foot, by pedal bike, by electric bike, by taxi, by bus or by car.  You will enjoy beautiful views, stunning beaches and places to stop for shopping.

Go Beach-hunting

The Dingle Peninsula has an amazing selection of beaches which are ideal for combing, walking and dipping into the sea. Each beach is better than the last so make sure you get out and explore them all.

The Dingle Peninsula
Dingle Marina


The Dingle Peninsula is surrounded by the sea. Some of the many watersports you can enjoy are surfing, kayaking, scuba diving and snorkeling. Also don’t forget to take a trip out to the Blasket Islands.

Visit Dingle Town

Dingle has a great variety of shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes. Go browsing through the shops or sit and have a coffee whilst listening to street artists.

At night time go for a meal in one of the excellent restaurants in the town and enjoy traditional music with a Guinness afterwards.

Dingle Town
Dingle History

Explore the History

Monuments, castles, beehive huts and stories of battles and escapes can be found all around the peninsula and in town.  Go with a guide, take a guide book or just walk and explore.