Escape into wild landscapes and deserted beaches in County Kerry
Dingle Surf School is a surf shop and school in Dingle town.
Sean Sugrue is a maker of modern Irish jewellery in gold and silver. All work is handcrafted in his workshop in Tralee,...
Play at Height Climbing Wall and High Ropes Adventure is the perfect place for climbers to develop their leading and...
O'Connell Restaurant in Ballyseede Castle Hotel is located 5km from Tralee Town Centre.
Wholefood Vegetarian Restaurant & Gallery. Full vegetarian menu including daily specials.
Dingle Sailing Centre aims to foster and develop interest in sailing through sailing courses, and other activities in...
Bike2ireland provides bike rental and self guided bike tours along the Wild Atlantic Way in Irelands South West in County...
Dunquin, which is found in County Kerry on the Dingle Peninsula, is home to burial site of famous Irish author, Peig...
Summer festival on the Dingle Peninsula with plenty happening for everyone - from young to old.
The Rose of Tralee is the flagship event on the Irish Festivals Calendar connecting the global Irish community during...
One of the most exciting emerging festivals in Ireland, lighting up Tralee in an explosion of theatre, clown, aerial,...
One of the most scenic running events in the world - it's not just a marathon, it is the experience of a lifetime!
Enjoy the best of Irish music, song and dance at a performance in the wonderful Siamsa Tire theatre and experience the...
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