Continuing our series of 30 things to do in Dingle we suggest ideas including: Biking in Dingle; Taking a Horse Ride; a Romantic Cruise; learning about Island Life; hiking to the Tower and visiting the local Farmer’s Market
Remember, information is drawn from the provider’s web sites – please do visit the individual sites for more information and bookings where necessary.
Enjoy planning your trip to Dingle!
Hire an electric bike.
Explore the beautiful Dingle peninsula by bicycle. Be it electric bike or traditional, your bike can be delivered and collected from a location of your choice. Maps and advice on routes is provided. They even offer gourmet picnics!
Find out more on the Dingle Bike web site.
Imagine yourself galloping along a beach or viewing Dingle Bay from a mountain pass. Stunning scenery and experienced guides make this an unforgettable experience.
We recommend Dingle Horse-riding or Longs Stables.
Enjoy a romantic sunset cruise in Dingle Bay.
What a beautiful way to spend an evening. Relax and take in the scenery and sea life that surround you in Dingle Bay. Maybe even crack open a bottle of bubbly aboard!
Visit the Dingle Bay Charters web site for more information.
Visit the Blasket Centre.
This fantastic centre is such an asset to the Dingle Peninsula. It brings us an insight into a bygone era, how life was on the rugged and beautiful Blasket Islands. The islanders were moved to the mainland in 1953 but the centre continues to keep them, their traditions and their way of life alive. A truly wonderful cultural place to visit.
More information is available on the Blasket web site.
Hike up to Eask Tower.
Located on Carhoo hill, Eask Tower was built in 1847 during the Great Famine, as a famine relief project. It purpose was to guide ships and boats into the blind harbour. Enjoy the view of Dingle Bay from the magnificent Eask Tower; it’s about a 40 minute ascent from Burnham.
Ask us and we will point you in the right direction!
Discover local produce at the Dingle Farmers Market.
Every Friday between 9-3 local artisan producers come to sell their wares in the farmers market located in the car park just opposite Dingle Reel Fish. Everything from artisan cheese, , crepes, fresh veg and local crafts are for sale.
You can find some information here.