The Aqua Dome is one of Irelands Largest Indoor Waterworlds & Premier Tourist Attractions. The Aqua Dome offers tropical temperatures all year round and is a Great Day Out for all the family whatever the weather! It is brimming with exciting features that captures the imagination of both child and adult alike. The Aqua Dome is fun for swimmers & non-swimmers. Just Let Yourself Go.....
Castlegregory Dolphin Watching
Castlegregory at the base of the Maharees Peninsula, home to some of the best beaches in Kerry. Swimming, surfing, diving, dolphin watching with Fungi , our resident dolphin in Dingle town. Boat trips can be taken to see the dolphins that have made Dingle penninsula their home.
To reach this walk, the visitor must step off the beaten track, travel up the valley and feel the remoteness of the mountains. Behind the trees the area abounds with streams, lakes, waterfalls and dramatic cliffs which characterise this untamed landscape. The wood is approached through a small grove of beech between the entrance and a bridge that spans the Owencashla river.
Spillane's Bar / Restaurant
Apart from the busy summer tourist season, Spillanes is considered the home away from home for many people from all over the world, especially the windsurfing and surfing community. At Spillanes, Marilyn and Mike are like Mom and Dad. Cold, hungry, tired, wounded, beach people are warmed, fed, entertained,advised, or whatever needs may arise.
Many of our regulars are families that have been coming on their holidays to the Castlegregory area for literally generations! It is both a thrill and a reward for us to see people that were minded in carrycots in our kitchen as babies returning now with their children and children’s children!
Ned Natterjacks Bar / Restaurant
Welcome to Ned Natterjack's fine old traditional Irish pub at Catlegregory on the Dingle peninsula in County Kerry.
What makes an Irish pub special? A place where people can relax and be themselves. Deriving pleasure from good company and conversation or revelling in music and song. A place where good wholesome food is served accompanied with satisfying and distinctive drinks. A place where you will find a true Irish ambience of hospitality and friendship. Well look no further you have found it, Ned Natterjack's has it all.Traditional Irish Leprechaun
Ned Natterjack's is located in Castlegregory village, a most sceneic area on the North side of the Dingle Peninsula in the west of County Kerry. It is a cottage-style rambling pub with a superb interior and probably the oldest pub in the area, with its wooden seating, timber floors, stone walls and large open fireplace.
Full of character and old world charm, the Milesian Restaurant is located in a 200 year old Irish cottage. With original features like a big open fireplace with an old black kettle hanging on the traditional crane, it’s the stuff that dreams are made of, providing the experience lives up to the surroundings.
And it does. The history of the restaurant goes back some two decades, when it was set up by Sheila and Frankie Fitzgerald and, having taken over by head chef Greg O’Mahoney in 2010, it is welcomed back each year by regular customers who look forward to its seasonal opening - and love that, good as it is, there’s more to the Milesian than food as it’s also a great traditional music venue so you can enjoy a few tunes after dinner.
But back to the main event, the food is really good too. Greg’s background is in fine dining, with experience in some top restaurants in Ireland and abroad under his belt, so although the ambience here is cosy and relaxed, there’s the training, experience and commitment of a serious chef behind every meal.
There is abundant surf in Brandon Bay mainly in the form of mellow beach breaks and is therefore very suitable for beginners.
Offshore winds are rare (E / NE) and Surfers often have to contend with strong onshore West or South West Winds which are the prevailing direction.
Waves are of average quality with those good days bringing out the crowds to the main spots.
At the very edge of Europe, as far west as you can go in Ireland, is the breathtaking Dingle Peninsula, once described by National Geographic as “the most beautiful place on earth”. It’s a place of spectacular seascapes and landscapes shaped by the elements, with a wild and rugged coastline of steep cliffs and wide sandy beaches. A place where the mountains roll into the ocean, where the Atlantic hugs the land, you’ll find Brandon bay and the Maharees Peninsula, the Gold coast of the Dingle Peninsula. The Maharees, Castlegregory is the home to Ireland's oldest family run watersports centre, Waterworld.
Castlegregory is a superb links golf course situated between the scenic Lough Gill and Brandon Bay, at Stradbally, near Tralee, Co. Kerry. The magical colours of Mount Brandon act as a magnificent backdrop to this 5876 yard par 68 nine-hole course.
The tranquil setting, combined with the excellent use of natural features ensure that Castlegregory provides golfers with an enjoyable but testing challenge.