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Off the Kerry coast out of the Atlantic Ocean jut three sandstone rocks. These spectacularly awesome Skellig Islands are world renowned for their ornithological and archaeological significance, acknowledged by their World Heritage status.
Bray head is to the southern tip of Valentia island. On leaving the carpark continue to follow roadway along gently uphill climb over the next 2km to reach the ruins of a Signal Tower perched atop some spectacular cliffs.
Ballinskelligs Beach is an extensive sandy beach located in a rural environment just 2km south of the village of Dungeagan in County Kerry.
Ballybunion North Beach is an extensive sandy beach located near the town of Ballybunion in County Kerry. It is surrounded by a rocky headland and dunes which run all the way to the town.
Ballybunion South is an extensive sandy beach close to the town of Ballybunion in County Kerry. It is ideal for walking, swimming, surfing and other water sports.
Ballyheigue Blue Flag Beach is an extensive sandy beach located beside Ballyheigue in County Kerry. It looks out over Tralee Bay and is great place for swimming, surfing, walking and other water sports activities.
Banna Beach is located at Ardfert, County Kerry and stretches from Ballyheigue Beach in the north to Barrow Beach in the south. It is an extensive sandy beach of major ecological interest.
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.
Fenit is located close to Fenit Harbour in County Kerry. This is a sandy beach and is also a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and proposed Natural Heritage Area (pNHA).
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