touring the Dingle Peninsula

Discussion in 'Ireland' started by 1VS1, Apr 1, 2010.

  1. 1VS1

    1VS1 New Member

    hey guys,

    we'll be heading to County Kerry and i am wondering if anyone has toured the Dingle Peninsula before and what does this area offer in terms of attractions?

  2. VacationBuddy

    VacationBuddy Administrator

    hi there,

    If you love the outdoors, you'd love touring the Dingle Peninsula with its rugged green hills and golden sandy beaches.

    The main attractions in the Dingle Peninsula are the countryside which boast rare prehistoric structures and artifacts, such as stone beehive huts dating from the sixth century.

    The Dingle Peninsula contains several small towns and villages, and there are buses that run between Dingle Ireland and the towns of Ventry, Dunquin, Ballyferriter, and Tralee.

    For instance, in Ventry you can enjoy the lovely sandy beach, rent a pony and visit one of pubs and stores.

    Also, from Ventry you can head to Slea Head, where several archaeological sites are located where you can catch an awe-inspiring glimpse into the fascinating history of the Irish people.

    Hope this helps

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