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The Weather in Dingle
Above are the weather conditions for Dingle. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 39° low. September is the driest month.
Be absorbed by rugged beauty at vacation rentals in Dingle, Ireland
Take a peaceful retreat to Dingle, where you'll experience welcoming Irish culture at homey guest accommodations dotted throughout the green peninsula.
Irish as can be
Learn to fully appreciate Irish whiskey at Dingle Distillery, which began as part of a newer craft distillery trend in Ireland. Operating out of old sawmills, the company produces not only whiskey, but also gin, vodka, and beer. Samples are offered after tours!
Feast on the best culinary delights that Dingle has to offer at the waterside Coastguard Restaurant. Be seduced by dishes made with Dingle Bay scallops, prawns, or salmon,
Sea life sightings
Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium houses many residents, including clownfish and leatherback sea turtles, which children will recognize from the Finding Nemo films. Playful penguins and silly otters are also featured, plus a touch pool and reptile encounter activities for further learning.
Kids will love the sheer adventure of searching for wild sea life with Dingle Dolphin Boat Tours. Local star Fungie the Dolphin is the friendly highlight of their tours, which travel to the nearby Blasket Islands and around Dingle Harbour.
Views for miles
Hike up to the Eask Tower for an unforgettable view of Dingle Harbour. Built in 1847 to help incoming ships find their way, it can serve as your beacon as you navigate to the summit of Carhoo Hill. Bring a picnic for a refreshing and active day out. You may even meet some sheep!
Dingle Peninsula is known for its majestic rock cliffs dropping down from emerald crowns. One fun way to view them and the crashing waves is with Dingle Horse Riding. Go on a guided trail ride across wide open beaches, grassy hilltops, and even straight through the surf!
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