WILDERNESS AND WARMTH
In Winter the Dingle Peninsula is a place of contrasts, of wilderness and warmth of adventure and peace. One moment you are standing on a windswept headland feeling like you are truly on the edge of the world, then ten minutes later you are opening a door into a warm welcoming bar where steaming hot tea, lively conversation and home cooked food warm your soul by a cosy fire. Slower and more peaceful, Dingle Peninsula is easy and pleasant to visit in winter. This is the time when local family businesses relax a little after the busy season, and sometimes close for a 2-week holiday or for renovations but most are open through the winter. Some activities are weather dependent. We advise checking ahead. See below for links to Winter Festivals and Events and providers that offer Winter Experiences on the Dingle Peninsula.