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Minard Castle, Dingle

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TripAdvisor
  • Very cool visit. Total access to this castle and it's remains. WE loved this stop. Very cool photos from here.  more »
  • On the way from Inch Beach to Dingle Town, you will see signs for this castle ruin. The drive down will be steep but I recommend it because it's right on the beach and who doesn't love a castle on a b...  more »
  • Unless you are hiking the Dingle Way, you might not find this old castle ruin. It is really just a broken bit of a tower, cordoned off so that you can't get too close, but it overlooks a beautiful san...  more »
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  • You can't actually get near the castle. There's a really nice stoney beach and walk ways next to it.
  • Impressive huge natural storm formed beach and beautiful view. The castle remains are not much and look like part of it might cave in anytime. The history behind it is interesting and my wife and are are thankful we drove out to see it and would recommend this stop to others.
  • Very nice and quiet place. with small beach and castle ruins. Unfortunately ruins are not accessible.
  • The Castle stands in privately own grounds and as such is inaccessible to the public.
  • A little tricky to get to on the small cliffside roads but one of the most picturesque places in Ireland. Great photo spot at the small bridge of the brook. Not for the faint of heart. See it before it crumbles into the sea.