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Descending from the incredible Conor Pass, Ireland’s highest mountain pass, you’ll arrive at the bustling cosmopolitan town of Dingle, the peninsula’s main hub. This colourful fishing town, set around a busy fishing port and marina, is packed with eclectic eateries and traditional pubs where you’re bound to catch a lively traditional music session.

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The town’s most famous resident is Fungi, a friendly bottle-nosed dolphin who has been living in the bay since 1983. Children will love taking boat trips to visit Fungi or a visit to the town’s well-stocked aquarium.

North of Dingle town is the mighty rampart of Brandon and on its western side lies a coastal plain, studded with typical Irish hamlets and villages. This western end of the peninsula offers magnificent coastal scenery.

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