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As you travel around the Dingle Peninsula the patchwork green fields divided with hand built dry stone walls and ancient ditches stand testament to generations of hard-working West Kerry farmers. For many centuries they have carefully tended this land, growing crops on steep mountain slopes and raising animals on sheer rocky sea cliffs. Farming has been and remains an important way of life for many on the Dingle Peninsula.
Experience this way of life for yourself and learn about traditional farming on the Dingle Peninsula by visiting a Pet farm or Animal farm. These real working farms are educational and fun for both adults and children. Feed and pet a donkey, hold a baby lamb, watch sheepdogs at work or enjoy a real West Kerry farmhouse welcome with steaming hot tea and home baked scones. If you want to get the maximum farm experience while you are here you can even stay in farmhouse accommodation.
For more information on Farmhouse accommodation please see our Farmhouse listings section.
Link to Farmhouse Accommodation listings where you can make enquiries and book direct with our members for best rates.
DINGLE PENINSULA TOURISM ALLIANCE – PROMOTING THE DINGLE PENINSULA TOGETHERComhaontas Turasóireachta Chorca Dhuibhne – Ag cur Corca Dhuibhne chun cinn le chéile
Do come and stay!
We are very happy to help guide you to your idyllic holiday or short break on the Dingle Peninsula. Dingle Peninsula Tourism Alliance, a marketing co-operative owned and managed by its members across the peninsula, have produced this website to provide you, our visitors with the most up to date information you need to plan and enjoy your visit.
If you cannot find the information you need, or have a question you would like answered, please feel free to contact us.
+353 (0)66 915 2448
Comhaontas Turasóireachta Chorca Dhuibhne
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