The Dingle Peninsula is situated in the south-west of County Kerry.
There are two main roads into the peninsula:
The N86 which runs from Tralee, along the south coast of Tralee Bay, through Camp village, then over the mountains to Annascaul, Lispole and Dingle.
The R561, which runs from Castlemaine, where it connects to roads from Kerry Airport, Killarney and the Ring of Kerry. The road runs along the north side of Castlemaine Harbour, to Inch and then via a cliff top rooad to join the N86 just west of Annascaul.
From Adare. 1hr 52 min (132.74km / 82.5miles)
From the Cliffs of Moher. 3 hr 14 min (179.40km / 111.5 miles)
From Cork. 2 hr 24 min (168.94km / 105.0miles)
From Doolin. 3 hr 11 min (184.85km / 114.9 miles)
From Dublin. 4 hr 11 min (343.20km / 213.3 miles)
From Galway. 3 hr 23 min (249.07km / 154.8 miles)
From Kerry Airport 58 min (68.38km / 42.5miles)
From Killarney. 1 hr 11 min (83.03km / 51.6 miles)
From Kilkenny. 3 hr 51 min (271.28km / 168.6 miles)
From Kinsale. 2 hr 49 min (186.64km / 116.0 miles)
From Limerick 2 hr 7 min (151.41km / 94.1 miles)
Flights are available to Kerry Airport, Shannon Airport in Co. Clare (www.shannonairport.com), Cork Airport (www.corkairport.com), Dublin Airport (www.dublinairport.com).
There is no direct rail connection to Dingle however you can travel by train to Tralee or Killarney town and then travel to Dingle by bus (which takes about 50 minutes) – check out www.irishrail.ie for details.
Bus services run to and from Dingle town every day, connecting with the national bus network in Tralee and Killarney. Check www.buseireann.ie for more information.