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Dingle Travel Tips & Suggestions

Dingle is a great little town with nice pubs and music nestled in a craggy, picturesque shoreline along Ireland's blustery coast. The Small Bridge Pub is open year round with live Irish music and is a good choice to visit when considering the numerous drinking establishments. They would not let me tip at this bar so I left a bunch of coins on the bumper pool table, all night long beers were flowing with the friendly locals. Its easy to hitch-hike up and down the roads to get to and from your accommodation. Trekking along the coast and taking the short drive to Slea Head is a "must do." I have been to Europe forty times and can't believe I waited so long to find this little gem in Europe. Give yourself three or four days here.
Rich S
This is a mad town with great pubs.
tom bourke
Savage craic and savage Guinness -- a gem of a spot with beautiful surrounding areas.
The best bet in Dingle is a private tour by Denis Ryan, a musician/cab driver/tour guide! It costs the same as a big bus tour, and Mr. Ryan will take you to the sights you really want to see. It was the best part of our stay in Dingle (next to our hosts, the Brosnans, at Ocean View). His card is up near the pay phone in the pubs, so try it out - you won't be disappointed!
Terri and Shelby
Dingle is a small village with 52 pubs!
Wouter Van Der Veer
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