Dingle Bay Bá an Daingin

The entrance of Dingle's harbour is surrounded by the huge cliffs of Dingle Bay, rising from the wild ocean. At this interface a lighhouse (Dingle Harbour Lights) is located next to the ruins of a much older signal tower, a contrasty picture.
Besides fisher boats, numerous tourist boats cross the bay on the lookout for dolphin Fungi, calling this place his home since the 1980's.

Directions

To enjoy the best view on Dingle harbour, go to the elevation at the old pier of Beenbawn.
To get there, leave Dingle in easterly direction. After 1,5 kilometres turn right on the road to Dún Séanna. Follow this road for approximately 1 kilometre until the end. Opposite the pier, a hiking trail leads up the cliffs.

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