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      • Dingle Peninsula, Ireland
      • Dingle Peninsula, Ireland

      • The Dingle Peninsula is named after the town of Dingle with 1800 habitants living there all year round. 

        Dingle peninsula can be explained as an end of the World surounded from one side of the mountains and from the other - rough and wild Atlanatic ocean! It is a 162-kilometre (101-mile) long circular route that begins and ends in Tralee. This peninsula consists of multiple bays, one more beautiful than the other, that offers some of the world class spots for the kitesurf, wndsurf, surf, stand up paddle boarding lovers. And if you are just a beginner at any of these water sports do not worry, Dingle peninsula has a great variety of easy spots for you to offer. 

        How do I get to Dingle? 

        Despite the fact that the region is Europe's most westerly peninsula, it is relatively easy to get here - along the way you will also encounter some wonderful scenery allowing you to get a true taste of Ireland en-route.

        By Air - Flights are available by many carriers to Shannon Airport in County Clare (www.shannonairport.com), Cork Airport(www.corkairport.com) and Dublin Airport (www.dublinairport.com). A list of flights and operators are available on their websites. Shannon Airport and Cork Airport are approximately 2 ½ hours drive to Dingle. Dublin is longer, taking about six hours by car. Bus Services from these airports are also available (check out the time-tables onwww.buseireann.ie)

        By Train – There is no direct rail connection to Dingle however you can travel by train to Tralee or Killarney town and then travel to Dingle by bus (which takes about 50 minutes) - check out www.irishrail.ie for timetables or General Info.

        By Bus – Bus services run to and from Dingle town every day, connecting with the national bus network in Tralee and Killarney. 

        Bus services: 

        Bus Services to the Dingle Peninsula are provided by Bus Eireann.

        All information can be found on their website - www.buseireann.ie

        Travel Enquiry Offices: 

        Tralee, 066-7123566 

        Killarney, 064-34777 

        Eurolines Coach Services 

        Eurolines is an express coach network operating in twenty-five countries throughout Europe. Together with Eurolines, Bus Éireann offers great value daily coach services from Ireland to a wide range of UK and European destinations. 

        Your Eurolines fare includes travel on Bus Eireann’s bus services to and from Dingle.

        Eurolines Website - www.eurolines.com

        By Ferry - Brittany Ferries car ferry service from Cork to Roscoff is the fastest sailing from France to Ireland taking just 14 hours. Then from Cork City, take the N22 to Killarney and then the R561 to Dingle.Ferry services are also available to Rosslare (Waterford) and Dublin although these are are much further away than Cork.

        Ferry services:

        Irish Ferries
        Rosslare - Pembroke
        Rosslare - Cherbourg/Roscoff 
        www.irishferries.com
        Brittany Ferries
        Cork - Roscoff 
        www.brittany-ferries.ie 

        By Car - If you are travelling by car to Dingle, please check with your car-hire operator for directions. The M7/N7 is the main motorway from Dublin to Limerick – when travelling from Limerick you can take the N21 or N69 to get to Tralee before getting on the N86 for Dingle. If travelling from Galway a ferry is available across the river Shannon from Kilimer in Clare to Tarbert in Kerry (which is on the N69) – check out www.shannonferries.com for more information. 

        From Cork you take the N22 to Killarney before taking the R561 to Dingle. Please note that many of these secondary routes are through rural and coastal areas – the roads, although scenic, are often narrower than what some drivers may be accustomed to. It is also possible to take the N22 from Cork City to Tralee and then the N86 to Dingle.

      • The +’s: No matter what, if there is to much wind or waves, you will always find your best spot for your stand up paddle session in dingle peninsula and when you will get chills in your body there are quite a few B&B offers about 20km nearby each beach! 

        The -’s: Be prepared to a possible rain. They say in Ireland in one day you can have 4 seasons! Pretty fascinating no? 

        Accomodation: Many great B&B and hotel choises. If you are the wild coast lovers try the B&B’s at Barndon or Inch Bays. And if you are willing to stay in the town, Dingla has an amazing variety of accomodation choices for every taste and every pocket! 

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            • Wild coast of Dingle Peninsula, Ireland
            • Wild coast of Dingle Peninsula, Ireland

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