Why not take a cookery or pottery making class?
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Visit a Gealtacht area and discover a love of the irish language.
Take a Dolphin tour and meet Dingle's famous Bottlenose.
Tour the Blasket Island
Take a tour of the Blasket island-one of ireland's historical and cultural icons.
Head to one of the many Blue Flag beaches where you can enjoy swimming, surfing, windsurfing and kite surfing or simply relax and stroll across the sand.
Horseback riding and pony trekking is a unique and interesting way to explore the Dingle Peninsula.
Play a round of Golf at Ceann Sibeal Dingle Golf Links, 18 hole links course the most Westerly Golf Course in Europe.
Make some friends
The Dingle Peninsula is a place full of character and characters. Make sure to get 'out there' and enjoy some craic with the locals.
Make a discovery
No other landscape in Western Europe has the variety and density of archaelogical sites that the Dingle Peninsula offers. There are over 2,000 monuments that are just waiting for you to discover them.
Festivals such as Dingle Tradfest and Other Voices along with nightly music sessions offer an opportunity to become immersed in the music, tradition, banter and sense of fun of Ireland.
Indulge in a nibble
Renowned for its excellent seafood restaurants and traditional bar food the Dingle Peninsula has in recent years become a haven for artisan food producers. If you're hungry for new flavours and experiences take time out to experience the Dingle Food Trail.