The town of Dingle sits on the edge of the Dingle Peninsula on the southwest coast of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Just a short ferry-ride from Dingle, you step onto the Blasket Islands, quietly, in a time long gone. Dingle Town, herself, is an artistic girl who’s out for rowdy fun. Her shoreline is filled with eclectic shops, and fishermen bring home a fresh catch every day. The Irish language rings down winding streets, and in the evening pubs come alive with traditional music. When the music starts up, where else in the world would you want to be? Inch is not the shortest beach in Ireland. It is, in fact, one of the longest with three miles of uninterrupted golden sand backed by wild dunes. It is also one of Ireland’s movie stars, and has been in numerous films. It’s perfect for swimming, surfing, and very long walks. If you’re in the mood for romance, it’s a definite must. For sheer drama, approach Inch on the R561 from Dingle.
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