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- A great addition to your Dingle day of exploring. Will take between 10-30 minutes, depending on how much time you want to spend.Written 4 December 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We loved our distillery tour! The guide was friendly and informative. We enjoyed learning about the distillery process and the history. We especially loved the tastings, Dingle gin is our new favorite!Written 9 December 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Absolutely stunning aquarium, set in Dingle, very friendly atmosphere, ample parking across the road.
From butterflies to different kinds of fish to Otters to penguins to sharks to an adorable turtle called Molly, a highly enjoyable visit from a solo traveller to a family packed adventure.Written 1 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- My family and I are staying on Valentia Island and we were looking for something fun to do. We went to Kingdom falconry after researching a bit. It is off season now in December and we were given a good rate. Our guides were unbelievably knowledgeable and we have a wonderful time, my wife, myself, and my four children. We all were able to participate and handled each of the birds. We saw and handled a Eurasian eagle owl, peregrine falcon, Harris hawk, barn owl, and a golden eagle. It was fascinating and we were able to get wonderful pictures, some of which were in super slow motion and they turned out amazing. Overall, it was a five-star experience and we would highly recommend it. We were there for about an hour and a half and it was incredible!Written 4 December 2023
- This was one of our favorites. The views are incredible! The walk up to the tower looked hard, and I almost changed my mind, but the lady taking the money (I think the owner) jokingly encouraged me. SO glad we did it! Lots and lots and lots of sheep poop. I thought I avoided it, but had it all over the bottoms of my shoes by the time we got back down. The woman had a hose and brush to clean our shoes. She even filled our water bottles for us.Written 8 October 2023
- Went with group of four around the entire island of Ireland, and this was one guy's favorite thing we did. Absolutely beautiful beach. Loved it!Written 8 October 2023
- Visiting this old church ruin was one of the highlights of my trip to Dingle - and a visit we only made at the last minute. While visiting the gallery’s oratory we decided to walk over to Kilmalkedar (we were walking the Dingle Way so doing everything on foot) - about 2 miles away. Incredible old items - stone pillar, sundial and cross from around 500 CE even though the church ruins themselves are from much later - around 1100’s CE. Not crowded at all - felt like standing in sacred ground where pilgrims for 1500+ years have experienced divine moments. So grateful we went!Written 23 September 2023
- We caught some wonderful evenings of West Kerry and the Blasket Islands traditional music performed. Melts my heart to hear this passed down to future generations keeping the culture alive and strong! Do not miss this excellent offering while visiting Dingle!Written 22 July 2023
- Mr. Gerry’s drive after Inch Beach through the Dingle Peninsula was expertly done with a brief stop at Aghadoe, a picture spot! It was nice to take a short walk and take in the view. There were horses galloping.
The rest of the drive was so pleasant. My phone was flat against the bus’ window and there was no glare😃!Written 10 June 2023
- Fantastic views and a truly magical
place. I highly recommend checking it out. The drive around is long but worth it especially on a nice day.Written 24 April 2023
- Very quick look at a castle. You can't get close to it, but it's beautiful to look at, and we got some great pictures.Written 8 October 2023
- Interesting enough to see; recommend seeing at least one beehive hut area while in Ireland. Just be aware that it costs a few Euro/person (I must have missed that when planning our trip).Written 16 July 2023
- St Mary's of Dingle will never compare to some of the most amazing cathedral or churches in Ireland or across Europe. However, it is beautiful in its simplicity. Any house of worship is worth visiting in my humble opinion. I love the sign explaining where the church is in relation to Dick Mack's. It is worth a laugh as the locals will state the same when asking for directions.Written 12 October 2023
- The Irish Famine Cottages located here are a rustic memorial as a reminder of the tragedy of the famines. These cottages are becoming more rare in Ireland as many have been demolished due to lack of care and to make room for more modern structures. The main cottage here was built in the 1840's, it is an example of one of the earliest slated roofs on a cottage.
This is also a site of a small animal park, the animals were very friendly.Written 4 November 2022
- Shelves were filled with mostly routine tourist information. What I mean is that some "out of the way" places were not included in brochures. In fairness, we did not ask the staff for any of that information.Written 29 May 2022