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Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

The Wood, Farrannakilla, Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland

Aquariums

About Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

Oceanworld Aquarium is located in Dingle, County Kerry and is Ireland’s largest aquarium.It hosts a collection of magnificent Sand Tiger Sharks, Gentoo Penguins, Asian Short-Clawed Otters and includes an abundance of different fish species. Submerge yourself in this fascinating underwater world and see sharks, exotic fish, cute penguins and adorable otters.


Attractions near Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

Slea Head Drive0.75km from Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

Slea Head Drive is a scenic route of about 30 miles that encircles part of the Dingle Peninsula. You can enjoy the Rocky cliffs, beautiful sea views, adorable villages, and small, winding roads and so more. Travellers are strongly advised to travel clockwise in order to avoid meeting the large tour buses that frequent the route during the summer. Part of the Slea Head cliff road is very narrow and single lane only.

Dingle Distillery0.79km from Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

An independent, family owned distillery located on the edge of the scenic town of Dingle, Co. Kerry. The first whiskeys distilled and matured at the distillery were released in late 2016. In addition to whiskey, the distillery also produces and markets Dingle vodka and Dingle Gin.

Eask Tower2.72km from Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

Eask Tower is an 18th century stone tower that was built as a beacon for guiding ships coming into Dingle bay. It overlooks the small fishing port of Dingle and seems to silently watch over the ocean, and its approaching boats. The Tower is of solid stone. The building of it on Carhoo hill, 600 feet above sea level, provided work during the Great Famine, at the instigation of Reverend Charles Gayer, Leader of the Protestants, in an attempt to win converts.

Gallarus Oratory6.07km from Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

A majestic ruin of a crude stone church believed to have been built between the 6th and 9th centuries, and is still in remarkably unchanged condition.The local tradition prevalent at the time of Charles Smith attributed it to one Griffith More, being a funerary chapel built by him or his family at their burial place. This 17-foot tall oratory has a single-room structure, consisting of a rounded triangular shape with a doorway on one end and a small window built into the other end.

Cill Maoilchéadair6.37km from Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

This is a medieval ecclesiastical site and National Monument located in County Kerry, Ireland. It is traditionally associated with Saint Brendan (c. AD 484 – c. 577), but also with a local saint, Maolcethair. The surviving church dates to the mid-12th century, with the chancel extended c. 1200.

Conor Pass6.73km from Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

Conor Pass is a mountain pass at an elevation of 410m above the sea level located in County Kerry, Ireland.This narrow, twisting road runs for 12kms between the town of Dingle on the south and Kilmore Cross on the north of the peninsula, where roads fork to Cloghane/Brandon or Castlegregory. It’s one of the highest mountain roads of the country. The road to the summit snakes through verdant vistas, and its view of the lakes below is the stuff of fairy tales.

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County Kerry is a county in Ireland. It is located in the South-West Region and forms part of the province of Munster. It is named after the Ciarraige who lived in part of the present county. Composed of sandstone, the principal highlands of Kerry are among the highest mountains in Ireland. There are so many attractions in this county to explore.