Dingle Harbour is a natural inlet of the North Atlantic Ocean. It became a popular port during the late 12th century and has been an active fishing center since the early 19th century. Now the most frequent catch of the day are tourists. From here you can charter a boat for sightseeing, fishing or the chance to see Fungi the local bottlenose dolphin. Lots more marine life including sharks and penguins are available at the Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium. Popular water sports include canoeing, kayaking, sailing, diving and, if you don’t mind the cold, swimming.