Níl áit ar bith in Éirinn a bhfuil an saibhreas de iarsmaí stairiúla, den chultúr agus den litríocht Gaelach chomh láidir ann is atá ar leithinis álainn Chorca Dhuibhne.
In all Ireland there is no place with such a wealth of historical monuments, Gaelic culture and literature found on the beautiful Dingle Peninsula. The mountains that backbone the peninsula from Sliabh Mish to Brandon are lofty, brooding, and punctuated with megaliths – the breathtaking Conor Pass is the highest mountain pass in Ireland. The coast is a marvellous chain of sandy beaches — many of them, as at Castlegregory, Inch and Ventry, devoted to aquatic sports — interrupted in the west by cliffs and deep coves. The area north and west of Dingle (An Daingean) is a veritable open-air museum, full of ancient sites. This area is also the Gaeltacht (official Irish-speaking region).
There is something here for everyone: scenic tours of Slea Head and the Conor Pass, superb links golf courses, excellent shore angling, diving and walking, sandy beaches and a wealth of ancient sites. And how about finishing your day with a meal in one of the many excellent seafood restaurants and then a front-row seat at a traditional music session in one of the local pubs? Bain taithneamh as! Enjoy it!