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The small town of Dingle Ireland is home to less than 2,000 people, but certainly packed with a number of activities to take part in during your next vacation. Located on the Dingle Peninsula, there are so many natural attractions to enjoy, and Dingle is full of beautiful sights to take in and enjoy. For cheap flights to Dingle, be sure to take a look at our flights to Dingle. Flighthub is known far and wide for its low cost flights that deliver more for less money.
Travel to Dingle Peninsula, located about 1 mile away from the town of Dingle. You can either decide to hike, bike or walk around, with Dingle Peninsula as home to Mt. Brandon, Ireland's second largest mountain. It's the perfect place to take in wonderful views of the water, mountainous cliffs as well as views of dolphins swimming.
Want to see the town's unofficial mascot, Funghi? He's a lone dolphin who has been living in the Bay of Dingle Harbor since 1984 and is so cheeky that he usually makes an appearance whenever a boat comes round. Take a scenic boat ride to check out the views and vie for a chance to see Funghi (don't worry, if you don't see him, most providers will refund your cash back.)
Riasc is an excellent place to go on the Dingle Peninsula if you'd like a chance to learn more about early Irish and religious history. It was an early Irish monastic settlement, with the focus being a large stone with Celtic and Christian carvings. It's surrounded by an equally old stone wall, made of small smooth stones, and simply breathtaking for its views.
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Tip: Great Blasket Island is an island you can only reach by boat. Once you're there it's the perfect place to take in a picturesque view, watch for seals and marine wildlife, walk on trails and enjoy the ocean. Visit the Blasket Center and watch a short film and read exhibits on Great Blasket Island, to leave with a better understanding. It's the perfect place to bring a picnic basket, eat, relax and enjoy the bounty of nature.
Tip: Gallus Oratory is a tiny church built over 1,000 years old which can still be viewed and enjoyed today. It's got a scenic ocean view as well as a visitor's center with a film and a bit of information about the chapel. This cylindrical almost barn shaped rock house is more hut than building, but it's an excellent place to take in ancient history and explore the religious past of Ireland.
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