The area known as Corca Dhuibhne is one of rugged beauty,
located at the tip of the Dingle Peninsula.
It is the most Westerly land point in Europe in the heart of Kerry Gaeltacht,
a place where the Irish language is the spoken tongue.
The Dingle Peninsula has spectacular beauty, with uncrowded beaches,
a mountainous backdrop, lakes, streams, and a wide concentration of
archaeological remains exclusive to this area.
The area is also one of the most interesting geological regions in Europe.
The flora of the Peninsula includes several Lusitanian plants normally
found in the Iberian Peninsula.
There are three bird sanctuaries with some of the most important
collections of sea birds in Western Europe.