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Inch strand, Dingle, Kerry county, Munster
Dingle Bay in County Kerry, western Ireland, runs approximately 40 kilometers from northeast to southwest into the Atlantic Ocean and is 3 kilometers wide at the head, and 20 kilometers wide at the entrance, flanked by the Dingle Peninsula on the north, and the Iveragh Peninsula on the south.
The River Maine enters the bay at its head, and there are several peninsulas that extend a significant distance across its width, in particular Inch Strand peninsula.
The harbour town of Dingle lies on the north side of the bay.
SOURCE: Eoghan Kavanagh 2003, courtesy of Tourism Ireland.
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