Dingle is a town in Co Kerry. It is the only town on the Dingle Peninsula and sits about 50km southwest of Tralee and 71km northwest of Killarney. The principal industries in the town are tourism, fishing and agriculture. Dingle is also in the Gaeltacht region. Amongst the attractions are dolphin sightings, fishing trips, the aquarium and visits to the beach. The town boasts a number of schools, including a secondary school while it also has a large selection of shops, pubs, restaurants, B&Bs, cafés, hotels and churches. A distillery has also operated in the area since 2012. There is also GAA and soccer clubs in the area. The area is also widely known for by its Irish name 'An Daingean'.