Dingle is the main town on the Dingle Peninsula, on the West coast of Ireland. The town falls between the mountains and the sea, and makes for a beautiful and relaxing feel. There are a few solid blocks with business/storefronts, which seem to be dominated by Bed and Breakfasts, Hostels, Bars/Restaurants and sport good stores.
Bus Éireann runs routes to and from Tralee and other cities on Ireland's West coast. It is possible to buy a bus ticket for the entire journey when boarding a Bus Éireann bus at Dublin, Cork, or other major cities. The driver will generally inform you of the changes you will need to make. There is a direct route to Killarney since 2016, operated by GoCoach twice a day.
Getting in by car is recommended so that you can take advantage of the beautiful views offered by the Conor Pass, as well as the Slea Head Loop. Parking in town is very easy, with plenty of free/non-metered parking.
Cycling is a fantastic way to see the area. The Slea Head road is a moderate cycle at between 30 and 50 kilometers depending on the route choice, offering some of the best views available. Bikes are available for rental in the town at modest prices.