At the very edge of Europe, as far west as you can go in Ireland, is the breathtaking Dingle Peninsula, once described by National Geographic as “the most beautiful place on earth”. It’s a place of spectacular seascapes and landscapes shaped by the elements, with a wild and rugged coastline of steep cliffs and wide sandy beaches.
In the little fishing port of Dingle you will eat and breathe authentic Irish culture: real food, real talk, real stories, and real ceoil agus craic. Here you’ll find the real Ireland: in the Peninsula’s thriving & unbroken traditions of language and music, folklore and storytelling, arts, crafts and artisan food.
Dingle serves up some of the world’s best food which leads us to The Dingle Food Trail. This trail lets you meet some of the people who produce this food, hear their stories and experience their passion.
Dingle is a food haven for all connoisseurs and offers a repertoire of fabulous fresh fish delivered early in the morning from the marina boats. For meat eaters succulent prime Irish steak and West Kerry lamb are very popular and are a constant presence on all restaurant menus across the peninsula.
The Dingle Peninsula inspires, it connects, it “catches the heart off guard”, and it stays with you.