The main town on the Dingle peninsula, Dingle is a small fishing town in County Kerry. Centred around the natural harbour, the town offers the visitor to sample the local catches in one of its many seafood restaurants.
The town is also famous for a dolphin called Fungie, who makes regular visits to the area.
Lying part way along the Dingle Way walking track, it offers the walker a welcoming place to spend a rest day before exploring the rest of the region.
The town lies within the Gaeltacht, the areas of Ireland set to preserve and promote the Irish language.