Ancient Ruins in Dingle

Ancient Ruins in Dingle, Ireland

Dingle Ancient Ruins

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  • mafischl
    Huntington, NY1,990 contributions
    This building is amazing. Built in the seventh century! Don't park in the first lot. They will charge you. Stay on the small road and park on the left side for free with a shorter walk!
    Written 5 May 2022
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  • James C
    Naples, FL213 contributions
    This was one of our highlights in Dingle. The kids got to pet and feed sheep and goats. Being from Florida our kids had never seen sheep before. After driving around Ireland for a week, this was our first opportunity to get up close and personal with sheep. Best six Euro I spent on the whole trip.
    Written 21 March 2019
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  • ttturpin
    81 contributions
    We went walking to the tower in the morning. There is a gravel path, but you can also walk along the beach. It’s just a small tower, but a lovely time to experience dingle without tourists.
    Written 12 February 2020
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  • travelerfromsj
    San Jose, CA1,691 contributions
    These ruins of the Chancellor’s House are worth a quick stop, since they’re close to Gallarus Oratory and other sights. There’s only a couple of parking spaces on the road nearby.
    Written 11 October 2019
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