Fishing boats still sail from Dingle Town's harbor, which has been a seaport since the Middle Ages.
Village life centers around the pub, where everyone gathers for music and craic (animated conversation and atmosphere).
Rocky Cliffs of the Dingle Peninsula
The Dingle Peninsula is green, rugged and untouched.
The Streets of Dingle
Dingle's handful of streets are lined with ramshackle but gaily painted shops and pubs leading up from the harbor.
Of the peninsula's 14,000 residents, 1,900 live in Dingle Town. The area has been a tourist draw ever since the release of the film "Ryan’s Daughter" in 1970.