The Dingle Peninsula is a major peninsula ringed with craggy cliffs and sandy beaches. It is located in the northernmost part of Kerry County, Ireland. It is known for the numerous prehistoric and early medieval remains found there.
Why it is special: The Peninsula is known for its natural beauty. A diverse terrain with beaches and cliffs on the outer edge, hills and mountains can be found inland. A major tourist attraction, Dingle is a perfect blend of an other worldly beauty and peaceful walks and bike rides through both, urban setup and natural and archaeological wonders.