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Dingle is a town in County Kerry, Ireland, situated on the Dingle Peninsula facing the Atlantic coast, the westernmost part of Ireland and arguably Europe. The town of 2000 is supported by tourism, fishing and agriculture. It lies in one of the primarily Irish-speaking (Gaeltacht) regions of Ireland: that is, the Irish language is predominantly spoken in the home. "Dingle" the English name and "Daingean Uí Chúis" the Irish name, and both may appear on signage. Tourists may be entertained by traditional Irish music and dancing, and of course frequent the local pubs and restaurants.

Dingle was developed as a port in the 13th C, and the town has seen many historical battles. Traces of town walls from the 16th C can still be seen. Look out for the neo-Gothic church of St Mary’s (1862). There is an aquarium, "Oceanworld Aquarium", in the town, which is also home to a number of art and craft shops. Ten kilometres north of Dingle is Mount Brandon, the highest peak (at 952m) on the peninsula, and popular with Irish Catholic pilgrims. It is the last place in Ireland (and Europe) where the sun can be seen before it sets, and is the site of a number of air plane crashes.

Twelve kilometres west of Dingle is Dunquin, often referred to as "the next parish to America." (Many emigrated from Kerry to the USA during the Great Irish Famine of 1845-1849.) If possible, hire a local guide to take you to interesting archaeological sites within 10 or so kilometres: Glanfaham stone huts, Caherdorgan North stone buildings, Ballywiheen fort and monastery, Kilmakkedar monastic settlement, and Gallarus Oratory stone chapel (6th C). The 1970 film Ryan’s Daughter was set on this peninsula and partially filmed at Dunquin, 11km west of Dingle. Also, the epic 1992 romance drama Far and Away (Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman) was partially filmed here.

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