The peninsula stretches for 30 miles (48 km) with a spine of mountains including Mount Braddon, Ireland’s second highest peak after Carrauntoohil in County Kerry.
Although it’s not huge, the Dingle Peninsula really has it all. There’s swimming from those sandy beaches, and walking in the lovely hills, mountains and along those dramatic sea-cliffs. There’s also sea-fishing, local arts and crafts and some of Ireland’s best surfing.
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Photo courtesy of Jim Linwood via Flickr.