Escape into wild landscapes and deserted beaches in County Kerry
O'Connell Restaurant in Ballyseede Castle Hotel is located 5km from Tralee Town Centre.
The Hillgrove Nightclub is Dingles' only Nightclub. It went under a €1million refurbishment in early '08, and now boasts...
Award winning ice cream made in Dingle.
Located at the Yacht Marina in Dingle, County Kerry. Dingle Bay Charters Sailing offers a wide range of boat trips for...
Family Run award winning premises in Dingle town. Believed to be the oldest pub in Dingle. Lunch is served Sat / Sunday...
Dunquin Pier is situated at the northern end of a small secluded bay surrounded by rocky cliffs. Access is achieved...
A warm welcome awaits you at the family run Sammy’s Bar on Inch Beach. Serving an extensive range of freshly prepared,...
Soak in the majestic coastline in abundance as you make your way to the Great Blasket Islands on this 3 hour rib tour....
The Rose of Tralee is a flagship event on the Irish Festivals calendar, connecting the global Irish community during...
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8 day Guided Walking Tour of Donegal & Antrim including Giants Causeway £889 per person sharing
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