Whale watching in Ireland

March 24, 2011 at 7:00 am 1 comment

Whale watching in IrelandDid you know that Ireland is one of the top spots in Europe for whale and dolphin spotting?

You may already have heard of Fungie, Dingle’s friendly dolphin, but he is not alone; as many as 24 species of whale and dolphin have been spotted, including the fin whale, the second largest whale in the world.

The Irish government declared the coastal waters of the Emerald Isle an official whale and dolphin sanctuary during the 1990s, and these fascinating creatures can be sighted at points all around the country, from Donegal to Wicklow, although the most popular area for whale watching is off the west coast.

Visit www.discoverireland.ie for a list of centres providing dolphin and whale watching in Ireland.

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  • 1. Brian Whelan  |  March 24, 2011 at 9:55 am

    Great – finally our whales and dolphins are getting some recognition as a tourist attraction!
    More good news for Dublin visitors is that our accommodations have now dropped to the lowest room rate in Europe.
    Brian (Dublin Visitors)


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