The Dingle Peninsula
The little fishing port of Dingle – with its brightly coloured houses, its traditional pubs – is the gateway to the western 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. A place where the mountains roll into the ocean.
Cycling the Dingle Peninsula
Cycling the Dingle Peninsula has always been recognised as a great way to experience the area's breathtakingly beautiful views while pedalling through a combination of coastline and dramatic mountain climbs or cycle from village to village stopping off for some local food on the way. The hedgerows on the Dingle Peninsula, which have provided insiration for many artists, are renowned for their variety of wildflowers with each month from Spring to Summer displaying different colours reaching a breathtaking crescendo in August.