Category: Dingle Peninsula Ireland

tom crean Annascaul Dingle Peninsula County Kerry

Discover Annascaul, The River Of Shadows

Annascaul Village is in some regards considered the gateway village to the Dingle Peninsula. The parish population is around 1500 people. The village has a pottery shop (handmade ceramics), two newsagents, lots of accommodation...

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Gallarus Oratory and Castle

Gallarus Oratory Dingle Peninsula The Gallarus Oratory was built sometime between the 7th and 8th century and is a small chapel probably used for private worship. The oratory is the only perfectly intact remaining...

Ballyferriter

Ballyferriter

Ballyferriter Museum And Heritage Centre When exploring the Dingle Peninsula I strongly recommend an early visit to the Ballyferriter Museum. For a small charge you will have access to a wealth of historical information...

Brandon – Dingle Peninsula

Brandon – Dingle Peninsula

Brandon (An BhrÊanainn) Mount Brandon Mount Brandon, the ninth highest peak in Ireland, is located on the Dingle Peninsula, Co. Kerry. The mountain gets it’s name from Saint Brendan who is believed to have...