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Dingle-Halbinsel

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Ruth
Ruth
October 3, 2019
Dingle is a small port town on southwest Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula known for its rugged scenery trails and sandy beaches. A statue of long time harbour resident Fungi the dolphin is by the waterfront. Fungi, is a wild Bottlenose Dolphin, no one is quite sure of his age but he has been there for…
Maurice
Maurice
September 21, 2019
The Dingle Peninsula, stretches 30 miles (48 kilometres) into the Atlantic Ocean on the south-west coast on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. The peninsula is dominated by the range of mountains that form its spine, running from the Slieve Mish range to the Conor Pass and  Mount Brandon, Ireland’s second…
Marie
Marie
April 27, 2019
The Dingle Peninsula, on Ireland’s southwest Atlantic coast, is ringed by sandy beaches and craggy cliffs. Inland are rolling hills and mountains, including 952m Mount Brandon. The region’s an officially recognised bastion of Irish language and culture. Dunmore Head, mainland Ireland’s easternmost…
Iris
Iris
October 1, 2018
Take the drive to Slea Head and back over Conor Pass. This is Ireland at its best: all sparkling navy ocean and star-strewn skies – so twinkle filled, in fact, that sprawling Inch Beach on the peninsula’s southern stretch is a known stargazing spot. Take the road to Ballyferriter village and walk on…
Maria
Maria
June 11, 2018
WOnderful scenery, food, crafts, history...amazing

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Natural Feature
“Rossbeigh Beach ( just half an hours drive from us) is a lovely long sandy beach ideal for family days out, horse trekking, long walks and water sports. Rossbeigh is located about 2 miles from the village of Glenbeigh on the Ring of Kerry. There is a great children's playground, tennis courts and basketball court here. There is ample parking at the start of the beach and lots of places to eat in the nearby village of Glenbeigh making it an ideal choice for a day by the sea. ”
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Restaurant
“This is always a favorite of ours - great food and atmosphere. Cozy setting”
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Natural Feature
“For over 300 years Cronin’s Yard has been used as the traditional starting point for ascents of Ireland’s highest mountain, Carrauntoohil, Situated at the entrance to the Hag’s Glen at Mealis, Beaufort, this is the gateway to the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks and the ideal base from which to explore the surrounding countryside. The holiday home is a mere 8km away from the starting point. ”
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Bar
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Standort
County Kerry