We are situated on the Marina in Dingle Town, an old fishing port. Dingle, or An Daingean, is on the beautiful Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, Southwest Ireland. It is a very busy tourist centre, with lots of attractions to suit all tastes. It was voted “Foody Town of Ireland” in 2014 and the restaurants and locally produced food, is second to none. Pubs are lively and most evenings, live music will be on offer.
As well as the Scuba Diving and Snorkelling, which we offer, there is a wide range of other activities available. If you enjoy water-sports, then there is sailing and kayaking, as well as surfing. If you enjoy walking, then the Dingle Way is for you. This path will take you around the stunning Slea Head and afford you unsurpassed views of the Blasket Islands. Horse riding and trekking can also be accessed through the riding stables, which are situated in and around the town itself.
For the wetter days on the Peninsula, there is the Aquarium and Play at Heights, an indoor climbing wall centre, which caters for both adults and children.
During the year, there are a few festivals and sports events taking place in and around the Town. These include; The International Film Festival, Arts Festival and Food Festival, as wells as The Dingle Races, Half and Full Marathon, Triathlon, Cycling and Rowing events.
A wide range of accommodation to suit all budgets is available in Dingle itself and the surrounding villages.
Getting to Dingle
- From the Cliffs of Moher. 3 hr 14 min (179.40km / 111.5 miles)
- From Cork. 2 hr 24 min (168.94km / 105.0miles)
- From Doolin. 3 hr 11 min (184.85km / 114.9 miles)
- From Dublin. 4 hr 11 min (343.20km / 213.3 miles)
- From Galway. 3 hr 23 min (249.07km / 154.8 miles)
- From Kerry Airport 58 min (68.38km / 42.5miles)
- From Killarney. 1 hr 11 min (83.03km / 51.6 miles)
- From Kinsale. 2 hr 49 min (186.64km / 116.0 miles)
- From Limerick 2 hr 7 min (151.41km / 94.1 miles)
If you wish to travel by train then the closest train station would be either Tralee or Killarney and from there it would be then possible to get a bus to Dingle.
www.irishrail.ie – for all the information and booking services for train travel.
www.buseireann.ie – for all information and booking service for bus travel.
www.dingleshuttlebus.com – for private transport by shuttle bus or taxi
Brownes B&B – www.brownesdingle.com
Quayside B&B – www.quaysidedingle.com
Glor na hAbhann Holiday Homes – www.riversideholidayhomesdingle.com
Irish Adventures – www.irishadventures.net – for kayaking, hiking, cycling and climbing
Play at Height – www.playatheight.com – for indoor rock climbing
Dingle Bay Charters – www.dinglebaycharters.com – for boat tours and Fungie trips