What a fantastic moment spent with Giulia walking around dingle tasting the delicious delights dingle had to offer
We enjoyed The Kingdom Food Tour so much we did it twice this summer. Both times we visited the same places but the experience was different each time. Giulia is... read more
our guide Guilia was great , Super fun afternoon of learning about the history of the area meeting local food and drink producers with interesting tours and tastings of their... read more
Kingdom Food Tours was born to showcase Irish food and drink in Dingle, Co. Kerry. The Dingle Peninsula on the Wild Atlantic Way is a place of delicious food, it’s where the freshest of produce and the friendliest of producers, many award-winning restaurants and numerous well-known pubs are waiting for a visit.
Green fields, mild climate, the influence of the sea and a lot of creative minds produce some of the best food and drink in Ireland.
We will help you discover beautiful Dingle, and taste some great food, learn about its history and simply breathe in the fresh air of the Wild Atlantic Way.
Get to know Dingle like a local on this relaxed and insightful guided tour with the passionate food enthusiast, Giulia. Discover some interesting facts about the history and culture of this picturesque coastal town while strolling along its fishing port and quaint streets. Stop off at the top pubs, restaurants and shops along the way to sample some of Ireland’s best food and drink. Meet the culinary innovators and learn the secrets behind their unique food and drink production, all the while making new friends along the way!
Every Thursday: April-September at 12:45pm.
Giulia Visciani started running food tours in Dingle because of her love for food and for Ireland, Co. Kerry in particular.
With a degree in Languages and Tourism, she loves meeting people and talk about food. Dingle is where she ended up some years ago and fell in love with the scenery, the people and the best of Irish products and foods.
She is originally from the Dolomites in the Italian Alps and came to Ireland to work as a volunteer on an organic farm and restaurant in the Dingle Peninsula. Her family thought her how to appreciate and love every food and ingredient.
She is a certified Irish Tourist Guide and can’t wait to share her passion for food and for Co. Kerry with you.