Dingle is a wonderful little town sheltered by mountains. It has only three main streets Green Street, Main Street and John Street. Since the filming of Ryan's Daughter on the Dingle Peninsula in 1969 tourism is now one of it´s major industries. As every Irish town it is crowded with pubs, varying from large modern ones to a hole in the wall type. All over Dingle you'll find craft shops (woven tweeds and woolen clothing, sweaters, leather goods, (Celtic) jewellery, turned wood) and there are several art galleries. Famous for Dingle is Fungie. Fungie is a fully-grown male bottlenose dolphin. You can see him clearing the water to great heights and catching fish. He is very friendly, particularly to women. There are organized boat rides to see him close by.
The whole of Dingle with its typically Irish houses painted in every colour of the rainbow. Just wandering leasurely through this place with all its pubs, shops and art galleries is a real joy. I also love to just sit and watch the activities in the harbour.



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