Dunquin, Dingle peninsula , Ireland

Dunquin is situated in the south-west of Ireland, at the end of the Dingle peninsula in the county of Kerry.

It is in a small fertile valley facing west out to sea. It overlooks the Blasket islands. Dunquin is the most westerly part of Europe.
The area is Irish speaking.

Dunquin is made up of the following-

One Church - Catholic
One Pub - Krugers
One Primary school - 2 teachers
One Pottery
One hundred houses of which 45 are holiday homes.
The voting register shows 139 voters.

Dunquin and the Arts

Dunquin Places of Interest

Dunquin Pottery - where you can check out the pottery or have a snack or meal, try some of Helena's homemade Porter cake.
Slea Head - Provides splendid views of the Blasket Islands. Also an excellent place from which to view the sunset.

LINKS to other sites

The National Question. For information and views on the National Question.

26 County Politics For a link to the Party that is clearing the sleaze from Irish politics and providing a lead on how coalition governments should be formed and run.

Dingle Mountaineering For a pleasant Sunday in the outdoors.

Last updated 1 June 1996