Dingle Wine Strand Cottages, are located on the most westerly point of Ireland's spectacular Dingle Peninsula, in Co. Kerry. The Atlantic coast makes a beautiful location for a memorable Irish holiday vacation. With golf, angling, diving, hill-walking, cycling and beautiful beaches, Wine Strand near Ballyferriter, has it all! Experience it for yourself.
Ireland's Wine Strand Cottages at Ballyferriter, Dingle, Co. Kerry.
Wild Fuchsia is found throughout the Dingle Peninsula during summer. Ireland's Wine Strand Cottages at Dingle, Co. Kerry. 'Fungie' Dingle's resident and much-loved dolphin.
The wonderfully wild and magical part of Ireland that is County Kerry

Traditionally, this is Ireland's premier tourist destination and is located in the south-west of the country. Known as “The Kingdom,” Kerry has some of the best leisure facilities and attractions in the country. It is divided into two distinct areas by its terrain - North Kerry has green rolling hills and sandy beaches, while to the south and west is a magnificent rugged mountainous landscape, dotted with lakes and numerous ancient sites.

Visitors to Kerry can enjoy world class golf at
Wine Strand, Dingle, Ballybunion, Killarney and Waterville, superb accommodation in the Ballyferrirer area and indeed across the county, excellent watersports, angling, including sea angling, horse riding, cycling and hill walking. Traditional Irish entertainment and music is also to be found in many locations, especially in the Gaeltacht or Irish speaking areas of the county.

Tralee is the county capital, although Killarney has long been one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland. The “Rose of Tralee” festival takes place here each year at the end of August and is participated in by an international audience. Other significant towns are Dingle, Kenmare, Ballybunion, Cahirciveen, Listowel, Castleisland, Sneem, Farranfore, Killorglin, Waterville and Fenit.

Killarney is a lovely attraction. With its beautiful lakes, a national park and so much to see and do around the town itself, it offers much to entertain all the family. Nearby is the spectacular Dingle peninsula, as is the “Ring of Kerry”, both of which await discovery. The Beara peninsula to the south which links with nearby County Cork is just breathtakingly beautiful also.

The Dingle peninsula is the northernmost of the major peninsulas in County Kerry and is spectacularly beautiful. Be sure to see Gallarus Oratory and Kilmalkedar's ancient churchyard when in the area.

The Slea Head Drive is a circular route, beginning and ending in Dingle, that takes in a large number of attractions and stunning views on the western end of the peninsula. The route is clearly identified by road signs throughout its length. To properly enjoy the Drive, a half-day should be set aside for the journey.

The
Blasket Islands lie off the west coast. They are famous for the literary and linguistic heritage of their former inhabitants. However, these remote islands have been uninhabited now since the 1950s.

Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium features the fascinating species that live in the waters around the magnificent Dingle peninsula. This makes for an enjoyable and very interesting experience.

The
Skellig Islands are located near Valentia Island. Skellig Michael features primitive stone huts where monks lived in ancient times. In addition, it shares a multitude of birdlife with its neighbour, Little Skellig. A lighthouse dating from 1865 stands facing the Atlantic from dramatic sheer cliffs.

Kerry offers a vast selection of wonderful places to explore and admire, so be sure to stay with us in Wine Strand during your visit to “The Kingdom” during your time discovering Ireland.