Spend your day on and around Inch Beach , 5kms of Atlantic-washed sands and one of the most famous (and most filmed) beaches in Ireland. The Dingle Peninsula offers many attractions including coastal path walking, surfing , and Sea Kayking . You could kayak from Dingle Harbour around to Inch Beach, a trip that takes you through waters rich with sea life including dolphins and whales.
Or If You Don’t Want To Spend Your Day On The Beach – Hop on a boat from Dingle to the Blasket Islands. There are a number of ferry operators, eco tour and Charter Hire companies which can take you from the popular harbour town to the folklore-rich Blaskets. The biggest island, the Great Blasket, has 1100 acres of unspoilt, mostly mountainous terrain, rich in birdlife, which has been largely left to the wild since the last human occupants of the island left in 1953. After seeing this remote, now deserted island, return back to Dingle and enjoy a meal or a drink in one of the many friendly pubs and restaurants.