On the Dingle Peninsula life moves at an unhurried pace, but the local people are quick to offer you the opportunity to share their unique culture and heritage. Dingle town is a beautiful and charming fishing port, is the most westerly town in Europe and a most memorable destination. Gaily painted houses and busy streets lead you to the harbour, where you can meet Fungi, a playful bottle-nosed dolphin who cavorts for the enjoyment of everyone. Begin with the Conor Pass, the highest pass in Ireland, which provides spectacular views of Dingle Harbour to the south and Mount Brandon to the north. Continue your adventure onto the Slea Head Drive as it twists and turns through some of the most ruggedly beautiful landscape in Ireland, offering dramatic views of the Three Sisters and the Blasket Islands. Traditional language, folk customs, crafts and lore are very much alive today. With over 5,000 years of history, mystery and legend swirling about the Dingle Peninsula, you’ll never be left wondering what to do. Shop for exquisite Celtic jewelry and unique crafts, stroll the beach at Inch or simply enjoy a few pints while listening to a traditional music session.