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Horny sheep of Kerry Ireland
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Walkers looking north from Slievanea mountain on the Dingle Peninsula towards the Maharees and Kerry Head in County Kerry, Ireland
Sunset on the rugged Dingle Peninsula in southwest Ireland

Walk through the Dingle Peninsula, Ireland's natural jewel


Perched on the country’s southwest coast, the Dingle Peninsula epitomizes the natural bliss Ireland is known for. Gaze upon towering cliffs, followed by bays lined with beaches, and hills that are sometimes red, sometimes green. Explore the area at your leisure via car, bicycle, or on foot along the area’s hiking trails. Take the road to Dunmore Head, at the tip of the peninsula, to arrive at Europe’s westernmost point.

On the Atlantic coast’s Dingle Bay, take a boat trip to meet the region's mascot, Fungie, a dolphin that has been living in the area since 1984. With the help of your local Evaneos agent, schedule a visit to the Blasket Islands, opposite the peninsula, which were abandoned by their former inhabitants in 1953. From Dingle, be sure to explore the Ring of Kerry’s green countryside and cliffs on foot or by bike.

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