Dunquin Pier - Co Kerry
Found at the bottom of a narrow road, that winds its way down through its picturesque setting against a dramatic backdrop of rugged cliff faces and spectacular views of the Blasket Island, Dunquin Pier is part of the breathtaking Dingle Peninsula.
Stretching out into the Atlantic Ocean, in the Kingdom of County Kerry, on the southwest coast, the Dingle Peninsula is dominated by a range of mountains that form its spine and is blessed with a magnificent coastline, consisting of steep sea cliffs and dramatic headlands broken by some of the best sandy beaches in the country.
With the scenic Slea Head circular driving route being a highlight, the peninsula is rich in tradition, literature, and culture, where Gaelic the native Irish language still prospers. There are many charming villages and towns to visit, with the town of Dingle being the largest and most well-known.
Bohemian, artistic and diverse, Dingle town is a bustling hub of creativity, and its winding streets offer a variety of excellent pubs and restaurants. With its craft distillery and breweries, vibrant atmosphere, and friendly people, it is no wonder that it is so popular with locals and tourists alike.