By far, the most charming town I've ever come across, Dingle is all water, color, ever-changing fogs and the most charming little shops your vivacious brain can ever imagine. Dominated largely by the in-house dolphin - Fungee, Dingle has turned itself into one of the largest attractions in the country. It is also the start of arguably Ireland's best road-route - The Dingle Peninsula and becomes a strategic pit-stop for many a traveler. It is also renowned for some of the best sea-food in the country, some of the best locally brewed ales and (by far the toughest choice I've ever had to make) some of the most gifted musicians around. Spend an evening pub-hopping through several live-music sessions and enjoy a locally brewed beer at each :)
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By a very small margin, the Dingle Peninsula beats every other road-route in Ireland on its beauty quotient. Absolutely stunning views of the Atlantic, roads that can barely accommodate two cars at once, with a free falling cliff on one side and a raging peak on the other, with lambs & sheep aplenty to keep you company, and sometimes block the road altogether, this is as close to wild-paradise as you can get! From several parking spots, you can see the nearby Blaskett Islands on clear days - some of these views are simply indescribable by words or pictures; they are an experience and nothing else can possibly do them any sort of justice!