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Price and Availability Index in Dingle
Holiday Letting Price Information in Dingle
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Dingle. The most expensive prices are in July (27/07 - 03/08). Prices reach an average of £157 per night. Prices decrease in January to an average of £106 per night (26/01 - 02/02).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Dingle
Check how busy Dingle is with our availability graph. The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in December (29/12 - 05/01). Conversely, you will find the highest percentage of available offers in Dinglein September (21/09 - 28/09).
The weather in Dingle
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 19°. On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Discover the Irish town of Dingle from a variety of holiday homes
Magical for many reasons; from luscious seafood and delicious brews, to heartfelt inhabitants and ancient history, Dingle is about as raw a slice of Ireland as you're likely to get. Book a homely holiday cottage or charming seaside apartment to explore this rural Irish town.
Dingle's ancient history
Dingle Crystal workshop showcases the finest crystal creations from local craftsmen, and tells the story of this local industry. The owner tells you the history of these beautifully crafted pieces, each uniquely designed and handmade. There are also demonstrations of this rare yet sparkling art.
Dingle Peninsula is crammed with national monuments and historical sites, dating back 5,000 years. Gallarus Oratory is over a thousand years old and still standing, while ancient Beehive Huts can be found all along the coast.
Visit Dingle with children
Dingle's beaches are spectacular, and populated by surf enthusiasts all year round. Castlegregory Beach is a protected launchpad for learning to ride the waves, so smaller surfers can quickly gain confidence.
After some beach time with the little'uns, grab an ice cream at the local legend that is Murphy's ice cream bar. Pink Champagne Sorbet, Honey Cardamom and Chocolate Whiskey are among the available flavours. The coffees here are also the town's finest.
Adventuring away from Dingle
Drive or cycle out to Slea Head, where the scenery is breathtakingly dramatic. You can rent a bike from the superbly named Foxy John's Cycle Store, which is also a pub. The route follows the coast around the peninsula and affords you astounding views.
Another must-see is Conor Pass. Approximately 20 miles from Dingle, it is Ireland's highest mountain pass. Inch Beach's three golden miles are perfect for swimming, walking or basking. The Blasket Islands were abandoned in the 19th century the by their inhabitants, many of whom moved to Springfield, Massachusetts. Today, the story of this fascinating history is spun in the Great Blasket Heritage Centre.
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