Families will love the wide variety of things to do across the peninsula. Take a boat trip out of Dingle Harbour to see the friendly bottlenose Fungie the Dolphin who enjoys swimming alongside the boats. There are boat trips to bring you Whale watching, Guided Eco Tours, Island Trips where you can experience dramatic Atlantic sea cliffs and seals, birds and wildlife up close. If you want to get wet there are surf schools, stand up paddle boarding, sea kayaking trips and miles of exhilarating coastline with great surf and safe bathing.
On land Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium also has an impressive assortment of sharks, penguins, reptiles, otters and jellyfish with interactive displays to thrill young and old. Watch a movie the 'old fashioned way' at a children's matinee in Dingle's cinema.
Explore the history and monuments of Dingle Peninsula in a fun way with free worksheets available for younger visitors at Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne in Ballyferriter. Follow the roadside geology trail to show children ancient deserts, volcanoes, corrie lakes and a glaciated valley.
The peninsula is a playground for hiking and walking with grest walking trails. Experience the landscape, visit an open farm, hold a baby lamb, go off road and walk ancient paths that weave their way through historic monuments, learn something new with workshops in pottery, cooking, irish language, music and dancing.
Wind surfing, horse-riding, kite surfing, pedal boating, kids clubs, water trampolines, boat trips, SUP tours, sailing and sea kayaking are all easy to do on the Dingle Peninsula where a range of adventure companies, water sport providers and boat operators will provide you with equipment, expertise and everything you need in order to have a safe and exhilarating experience with your family.