Dingle, Ireland

Charming Dingle, located in the southwest of Ireland, almost on the Atlantic Ocean, overlooking the Blasket Islands, lying on the other side of the bay of Dingle. In the summer and on weekends this Irish town with many welcoming pubs where traditional music is played, the tourists flood. Another frequent visitor to the warm waters of the Gulf Stream off the coast of the Dingle - Fungi the dolphin, the unofficial symbol of the city. Especially popular with tourists are the beaches, Mount Brandon and villages Ballidavid and Ballyferriter.