FODOR'S GO LIST 2015
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More
Backed by mountains and facing a sheltered harbor, An Daingean, the chief town of its eponymous peninsula, has a year-round population of 1,400 that more than doubles in summer. Although many expect Dingle (to use its English name) to be a quaint and undeveloped Gaeltacht village, it has many crafts shops, seafood restaurants, and pubs.
Still, you can explore its main thoroughfares—the Mall, Main and
Strand streets, and the Wood—in less than an hour. Celebrity hawks, take note: off-season Dingle is favored as a hideaway by the likes of Julia Roberts, Paul Simon, and Dolly Parton. These and others have their visits commemorated on Green Street's "path of stars."
The latest addition to the annual calendar is the Dingle Food and Wine Festival.
On the banks of the River Maigue, this once-upon-a-time-ified village dotted with thatch cottages is famed as one of Ireland's prettiest spots...
An important livestock center until the 1930s, this village near the junction of the Castlemaine and Tralee roads has a wide road, as cattle...