- St Mary's church
- Oceanworld Aquarium
- Harbour tours to see Fungie the Dolphin.
- Traditional Irish music - O'Flaherty's Bar hosts sessions most nights from 9.30 pm.
- The Courthouse, The Mall. Traditional Irish music
- Visit An Cafe Liteartha for the bookshop, stay for the cáfe in the back.
- Dingle record shop, Green Street. Often called the smallest record shop in Ireland. A must for musically minded visitors. Fantastic selection of local singers cd's.Call in to see Mazz (owner)
Murphy's Ice Cream parlour on Strand Street.
- Global Village, Main Street. Award winner
- Half door, John Street.
- Doyle's, John Street.
- O'Flaherty's. A must visit music pub with unique folky atmosphere.
- Foxy John’s. Pub and hardware store in the same room. Newly extended to the rear. If you want to rent a bike this is the place. Rent a bike scheme
- Dick Mac's. Pub and, formerly at least, cobblers.
- John Benny's. Seafront pub and a good stop for food.
- An Droichead Beag (The Small Bridge). Another good pub for music sessions - slightly more touristy maybe.
- McCarthy's. Good local pub with a friendly landlord.
- The Dingle Pub. Very touristy but pleasant pub/B&B - Not a bad base from which to explore.
- Curran's, Main Street. Pub and haberdashery
- Courthouse, The Mall. Very small pub, worth a visit. Excellent music most evenings
- Slea Head and the west of the Dingle peninsula offers some marvellous views.