A Visitor Guide to County Kerry

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Mozart in Dingle

May 2, 2017

St. Mary’s Church in Dingle was almost full to capacity for the performance of Mozart’s Requiem at 7.00 pm on Sunday 30th April. This was one of the much anticipated events of Féile na Bealtaine. Mark Keane had got together an impressive ensemble made up from three choirs, Tribal Chamber [Read More…]

Old Photos of Dingle in 1968

February 14, 2017

These are some photos taken by an American tourist in 1968. They were colour slides and although the quality is not as good as modern digital photos they have survived well in fairly good condition. You will no longer see fields of corn stacked like it is in Begley’s Field, [Read More…]

Dingle is Ireland’s Top Home Destination

January 15, 2017

According to an Irish Independent readers’ survey, Dingle is the favourite destination of those who responded. Killarney comes second and Kenmare 7th. Of course we were already aware of the popularity of Dingle, Killarney and Kenmare which are the three areas which attract lots of visitors all year round. It [Read More…]

Why is Dingle Kerry So Popular?

October 30, 2016

Drive along the coast of the charming Dingle Peninsula and you would be forgiven for thinking you are on the set of a picture postcard, so beautiful is the landscape. This includes mountainous areas such as Mount Brandon and the Connor Pass, hills, valleys, the ghost island of Great Blasket, [Read More…]