Dunquin is a small village on the Dingle Peninsula. Situated in the heart of the Gaeltacht, a region where Gaelic is still spoken, Dunquin lives at the rhythm of tourism and the tides. Delightful, it is one of those authentic corners, where you will discover what the real everyday life of Irish coastal villages is like.
Dunquin has no tourist sites in the heart of its village except for its amazing port. But its geographical location makes it a great place to discover the riches of the Dingle Peninsula. Its view of the Blasket Islands makes it a place of choice, not to mention its proximity to the village of Dingle.
The town centre has a number of shops, pubs and restaurants that will allow you to stop between 2 explorations of the area. The welcome is warm, the facades of the houses are colourful, and the Irish love to be in contact with tourists.
In short, a small authentic village!