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At Molly Gallivan’s Cottage and Traditional Farm, in Bonane County Kerry, the visitor will experience the simple lifestyle in rural Ireland before the days of electricity and modern conveniences.
All works on display at Brushwood Studios, in Sneem County Kerry, have been painted by the resident artists, who's work hangs beside old and modern masters in some of the world's greatest collections.
Inch Beach is three miles of sandy beach, ideal for bathing, sea angling, surfing and many other water sports. It is located on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry.
Scanlon's Pet Farm provides a great day out for all the family. It is ocated just 8km west of Dingle in County Kerry. Visitors to the farm can see and pet the animals.
In a field to the south west of the church is a round castle dating from the 13th century. The two storeys which remain are joined by a staircase within the wall, and the first floor has the remains of a fireplace.
Here at this farmhouse one can see the various stages of cheese making and afterwards taste the different variety of cheese.
Ross Castle is a 15th century tower house located in Killarney, County Kerry. It is a typical example of the stronghold of an Irish chieftain in the Middle Ages and is fully restored and furnished with period oak furniture.
Derrynane is an extensive sandy beach in Derrynane Bay, County Kerry. It is a safe and sheltered beach, ideal for swimming and other water sports.
This stone circle lies in the town of Kenmare, not far from the Cromwell Bridge, in County Kerry. Unlike any other ring in Muster, this one is egg shaped.
Wilma's Killorglin Farmhouse Cheese is produced on a farm in Killorglin County Kerry. The farm is open to visitors.
€16 Adult €8 Child
€44.95 up to 4 people
€35 Adult, €15 Child
€10 Adult €5 Child
€100 1 Hour max. 12 passengers
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