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Bit of a tourist haunt in that all the tourist coaches stop here for lunch. Dingle Harbour noted for its resident dolphin. Looks pretty old in the photos but they say it is still around. The man and his donkey in the square appear to...More
Our tour group stopped in Dingle for lunch and it's a quaint fishing port, with lots of shops and cafes. The main attraction is Fungie, the area's famous dolphin and there are boat tours to take you out of the bay to spot him in...More
What a place, it is well preserved and full of charm.For a true view of the what Ireland has to offer you must visit this wonder of the natural world and that applies to the Wild Atlantic Way as a whole. 10/10
Our first morning in Dingle was sunny, calm and beautiful and I walked across the street to the Harbour to watch it come alive. The blue water was striking against the green fields leading up to the mountain on the other side of the bay....More