View of Dingle Bay - Robert Linsdell - cc

Dingle Bay

View of Dingle Bay - Robert Linsdell - cc

Dingle Bay is a bay in County Kerry, linking the Dingle Peninsula and the Iveragh Peninsula. Stretching about 40km from north to southwest of the Atlantic Ocean, it has some of the most beautiful scenery on the west coast of Ireland. Landscapes worthy of postcards!

Visit Dingle Bay

A bay to be discovered on foot, by bike, or by car!

The Dingle Bay is lined with many beaches and small port villages living at the rhythm of tourism and the sea.

Among the most beautiful spots are Inch Beach and Inch Strand (fantastic beaches for a game of kite flying or a bit of surfing), but also the villages of Ventry, Ballymeentrant, Beenbane, Kinard, Annascaul and Glenbeigh.

Don’t hesitate to walk or bike around: the beaches are paradisiacal and extend over a large part of the bay. Many kayakers and surfers enjoy its beaches. You will even come across some paragliders!

Among the curiosities of the bay, let us note especially the cliffs of the Dingle Peninsula and the Iveragh Peninsula. The bay is also inhabited by a wild dolphin named Funghi. Fishermen and tourist boats often come across him during a sea trip! Very playful, he likes to play in the wake of the boats!

Some nice viewpoints overlook the bay and its fine sandy beaches: the panorama is really worth the detour!

Practical informations

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Address Address: near Dingle
Lieu : , (County Kerry)

Coordonnées GPSGPS : 52.068500,-10.184757

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DurationDuration: 2h00

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