Cosan na Naomh – Cosan na Naomh – The Saint’s Path 
The tradition of pilgrimage to Brandon Mountain dates back to the earliest times, before the pagan deity Crom Dubh was reputedly ousted from the mountain by the great St Brendan the Navigator (d. 577 or 583). The medieval Christian pilgrimage was probably adapted by the Church from a pagan celebration. The route follows the Saints’ Road from Ventry Strand to the grotto at the foot of Brandon Mountain and winds its way among the fuchsia-hedged fields between the sea and the mountain. The area is rich in bird and plant life.

Dingle Peninsula History Timeline –
A brief history of the Dingle Peninsula, from the mesolithic period through the 20th century.

West Kerry Museum –
In the museum you can learn about the geology, archaeology and history of the area. Some of the artefacts on display and there is also a programme of visiting exhibitions, on a variety of topics.

Dingle Peninsula – Corca Dhuibhne –
Information on activities and attractions, towns and villages, culture, heritage and the Irish language.

Ionad an Bhlascaoid – Blasket island Centre 
The Blasket Centre tells the story of island life, subsistence fishing and farming, traditional life including modes of work and transport, home life, housing and entertainment. The Centre details the community’s struggle for existence, their language and culture, and the extraordinary literary legacy they left behind

OceanWorld Dingle –
Oceanworld Aquarium is situated in Dingle town in County Kerry and hosts Ireland’s largest collection of Sharks as well as our Gentoo Penguin display. The most westerly ocean aquarium in Ireland.

Dingle Way –
Offers to use local knowledge to organise self-guided hiking trips along two of Ireland’s premier walking routes, The DingleWay or The Kerry Way.