There is no shortage of small picturesque villages around the Dingle Peninsula. It is never more than a few hours walk before the Dingle Way passes through some sort of settlement and where there is an opportunity to have a meal and a drink to replenish lost energy.
The Post Office generally tends to be the hub of the community. As villages start to get smaller in size after Dingle, the role of the post office will take on a larger amount of services offered. Some will have internal pass machines, which means that any money that needs to be withdrawn from them will have to be done within working hours - this will usually be from 9.00 to 17.00 with an hour off between 13.00 and 14.00. Many will also deal in a limited amount of grocery products.