Things to Do in Dingle with Children

Top Family Friendly Things to Do & Kid Activities in Dingle, Province of Munster

Things to Do in Dingle with Kids

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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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  • Helen194
    Dundonald, UK2 contributions
    Amazing facility, a lot bigger than expected. The staff were so friendly and knowledgeable. I have to mention Katie especially who made our visit! We’re attended all the feeding times and Katie was on hand delivering informative talks and answering any questions. Learned a lot!
    Written 25 April 2022
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  • Joanne M
    galway46 contributions
    Absolutely fabulous place! Amazing waves & view! The drive here will take your breath away! This is an absolute must visit 😍
    Written 23 February 2022
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  • eileen658
    County Meath, Ireland32 contributions
    This is a hike up the mountain to see Eask Tower and the surrounding views. It is like you are at the top of the world.
    Written 20 July 2021
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  • Dirk N
    Belfast, UK11 contributions
    The beehives are a fascinating part of Irelands history and worthwhile seeing for a few euro.
    However, trying to make money out of lamb petting, etc is a joke. Ireland lost too many tourists returning because of the greedy few.
    On the same route enjoy a stop at The Stonehouse.
    Written 3 February 2021
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  • mdc5027
    New York City, NY48 contributions
    I spent a large portion of my trip to Ireland finding as many ruins as I could. In terms of churches this one is middle of the pack, however I still 100% recommend visiting it. It's located in the middle of a cemetery, and is not far by car from the town of Dingle.
    Written 12 February 2020
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  • EilidhMac
    Edinburgh, UK152 contributions
    We enjoyed our wee informative visit to this site. Its priced right at 3 euro. The local slant on the boards was interesting, and it makes you step back and examine your own very small problems. Feeding the animals for free was a small unexpected bonus
    Written 4 October 2021
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  • Patricia E
    Cascais, Portugal7 contributions
    Should be open on Sundays. Helpful ideas for walks here - you need to ask! There were plenty of maps available
    Written 29 June 2021
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  • CelticVision
    San Diego, CA11 contributions
    Amazingly preserved stone remains in this early medieval monastic site. You have to make an effort to find it but stepping into such ancient history is well worth the effort. Dramatic and beautiful views of the countryside answers the question "why did anyone build a monastery here?".
    Written 4 May 2020
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  • R G
    Dublin, Ireland927 contributions
    This pretty marina and fishing port has a nice walk on its perimeter offering great views to the harbour .
    Written 5 August 2020
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  • Christina P
    18 contributions
    We really enjoyed our walk up from Anascaul village to the lake but its drivable as well, really beautiful spot, table and bench for a picnic
    Written 3 November 2020
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  • bearlewine
    Pittsburgh, PA118 contributions
    This turned into a joke between my wife and I the entire trip. This is on Slea Head drive and is a short quick stop. There is a small ring fort. Basically a roadside stop where you pay a few euros to walk around yourself (honor system for paying in a box). The fun part was the small herd of sheep in the ring fort and the new lambs. Super cute! Worth the 15 minutes or so, see the sheep, walk the ring fort, take some fun photos.
    Written 2 March 2020
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  • Muriel L
    3 contributions
    It was a magical experience !
    So many animals and caves we couldn't have seen otherwise ..

    Thanks to captain and crew, so kind with us to make it unforgettable,
    Written 24 April 2022
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  • Sketch27
    35 contributions
    Went on a family trip to the Great Basket Island from Dingle. This was our 2nd time going with Billy and Chris. It's such a fabulous trip. The lads are so nice and told us loads about the wildlife, rocks etc. and really go out of their way to try find more wildlife. Our 2 boys, 8 + 9 loved the speedy boat trip and spotting the dolphins and puffins. They even had a go of driving the boat in the harbour when we got back. The island itself is stunning! We had around 3 hours there. Had a picnic on the beach 'with' the seals and walked around the island after. It's an amazing experience and we're looking forward to going back again. Would love to stay over sometime. I would highly recommend doing this trip with Billy & Chris.
    Written 2 February 2022
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  • TheOldAnchor
    Annascaul, Ireland53 contributions
    If you've ever wanted to try stand up paddling then Wild SUP is where you need go. Ed, Oona & baby Roan are the best guides. They run a professional and safe company and have vast knowledge of the best spots on the Dingle peninsula and of the sport itself. We went on a paddle Dingle Bay and again on a night paddle on Annascaul lake. If you're heading for the Dingle Peninsula and want to try something a little different, check these guys out! Thanks Ed, Oona & Roan!

    Brian & Beata
    Written 5 May 2022
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