If there’s one thing to visit in Dingle, it’s its port! Situated at the very end of the bay, you will find a rather nice picturesque side to it! You will come across many fishing boats coming and going, the hold full to bursting with fish just fished off the coast!
Let it be said: the port of Dingle is the heart of the city! It is thanks to it that the rest of the village can make a living from tourism, fishing and local gastronomy! The port of Dingle can be visited first of all for its charm, its atmosphere, for the incessant comings and goings of the fishing boats…
But the port is also appreciated for its fish markets, its gastronomic restaurants offering fish freshly caught in the bay, and for the walks possible along the pontoons of the port!
The atmosphere is rather nice there, and the contact with the local people is often prolific! The pontoons and quays of the port are easily accessible, and the boats to admire range from the pretty trawler, to the magnificent sailing boat used by the local Irish on a good weather day.