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  1. The Skellig Experience

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    This heritage centre tells the story of the Skellig Rocks. Learn about the monks who lived on these desolate rocks, the seabirds, the nearby lighthouses and the marine life of the Skelligs. Read more

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  2. Parkavonear Castle

    Killarney, Kerry

    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. Read more

  3. Kenmare Heritage Centre

    Kenmare, Kerry

    The Kenmare Heritage Centre displays information on various themes including the Nun of Kenmare, Kenmare's history and historical sites and the effects of the Famine on Kenmare Town in County Kerry. Read more

  4. Derrynane House, National Historic Park

    Caherdaniel, Kerry

    Derrynane House the ancestral home of Daniel O’Connell, is a public museum commemorating one of Ireland’s leading historical figures and arguably the greatest ever Irishman. Read more

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  5. The Old Barracks

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    The Old Barracks Heritage Centre exhibition is situated in a former Royal Irish Constabulary Barracks overlooking the river and Cahersiveen Marina. Read more

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  6. Cahergal Stone Fort

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    Situated close to Ballycarbery Castle, near Cahersiveen County Kerry, the ancient Stone Fort of Cahergal dates back to the 8th or 9th century. Read more

  7. Rossbeigh Beach Blue Flag 2015

    Glenbeigh, Kerry

    Rossbeigh Blue Flag Beach is located 2 miles from the village of Glenbeigh in County Kerry. It is an extensive sandy beach in a rural environment and is great for swimming, walking, surfing and a wide range of other activities. Read more

  8. Leacanabuaile Fort

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    The interior of Leacanabuaile Fort, in Cahersiveen County Kerry, is one of the best examples of its kind in Ireland. This is a round stone fort, with walls of about 3ft thick and has been reconstructed to a height of about 1.5m. Read more

  9. Ballinskelligs Blue Flag Beach 2015

    Ballinskelligs, Kerry

    Ballinskelligs Beach is an extensive sandy beach located in a rural environment just 2km south of the village of Dungeagan in County Kerry. Read more

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  10. Kenmare Stone Circle

    Kenmare, Kerry

    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. Read more

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