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#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Dingle
You can either hike up to the top of the summit for some gorgeous views of the beach and coast -- or drive further down a narrow lane to the beach -- or park and take a short hike out to a lookout point, which my...
Full of nature, and quite scenic.
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Dingle
Park across the street in the car park.
#3 of 10 Nature & Parks in Dingle
There are so many landmark pubs that are worth the visit (Foxy Johns, Dick Mack’s etc.), almost making it a theme park for Dads and the Diaspora, but check out some of the modern takes on Irish cuisine such as Out...
Well worth a walk along the path through the park-like area of the Marina, the views are stunning.
#4 of 10 Nature & Parks in Dingle
a family of otters come down here every day at dusk to feed, if you park your car up on road you may be lucky and see them
Nice little display at the top where you can park and walk down.
#5 of 10 Nature & Parks in Dingle
If you were to drive and park at the lake, you would reach the 'summit' in about an hour or so depending on how fast you hike.
Great place to get out and walk and be in nature.
Conor Pass Dingle Peninsula 6.6 km away
#1 of 19 Nature & Parks in Dingle Peninsula
If you drive up from Dingle you can drive to the car park for the great views north and south and then return to Dingle without hitting the narrow roads.
You can drive over the Conor Pass its also a good place to park your car and walk you will meet herds of sheep on the way the view is to die for
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#10 of 10 Nature & Parks in Dingle
Mount Brandon Dingle Peninsula 8.7 km away
#7 of 19 Nature & Parks in Dingle Peninsula
Started in the An Fhaiche car park and wended up and up through sheep pastures at first, and then the upward part of the mountain.
The views were gorgeous, start at the car park and follow the signs all the way to the top!
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