Introduction to Dingle, Ireland - Encircle Photos

28 Introduction to Dingle, Ireland

The town of Dingle is as delightful as your drive is scenic. But you may be confused by the road signs. Since 2006, it is officially called by its Irish name Daingean Uí Chúis. This coastal village of less than 2,000 residents welcomes tourists with rows of colorful shops, restaurants and pubs serving cold pints along with Irish music. One tavern – Foxy John’s – doubles as a hardware store. Now that’s convenient. You will also find local exquisite crafts such as Irish crystal. No, not Waterford. Dingle Crystal. Since 1998, Sean Daly has been handcrafting his six Celtic designs into stunning glassware. This is his store on Green Street. You will also want to visit the factory on the outskirts of town.

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1 Green St Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland

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