The Dingle Peninsula Overview

Dingle Peninsula is a beautiful place in Ireland that wholly combines history, beauty, wildness, Irish culture, and language. It protects Ireland's language and culture as you will only hear people speaking and singing in Gaelic, although everyone knows English. It sits sandwiched between the elegant cliff of County Kerry and the gorgeous beach.

Moreover, at the Dunmore Head ending point, you will find the peninsula is surrounded by gorgeous Ireland's pristine beaches and rugged cliffs. There are also cute little stone huts scattered in the open landscape that the monks constructed in the early medieval period.  Apart from the Atlantic backwater, travelers can also explore the panoramic view of Conor Pass or go dolphin spotting. 

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