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  1. Ballinskelligs Blue Flag Beach 2014

    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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  2. Aran Islands - Inishmaan - Inis Meáin

    Inishmaan -Inis Meáin, Galway

    Usually the quietest and least visited of the Aran Islands, Inishmaan is truly an escape from the modern world, a place where beauty, tradition and culture combine in a rugged windswept landscape. Read more

  3. Crag Cave

    Castleisland, Kerry

    Step into 1 million years of history and wonder at Crag Cave, Ireland’s most exciting show cave. Crag Cave, in Castleisland County Kerry, is formed of limestone and is a colourful wonderland of stalagmites and stalactites. Read more

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  4. Keel Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Achill Island -Acaill, Mayo

    Keel Beach Achill Island is located on Achill Island in County Mayo. It is a shingle beach backed by sand dunes and is popular with water sports enthusiast, especially surfers. Read more

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  5. Rossnowlagh Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Rossnowlagh, Donegal

    Located approximately 8 kilometres south of Donegal Town, County Donegal, Rossnowlagh Beach stretches from the cliffs at Coolmore in the south, to the rock outcrop at Carrickfad and is renowned as one of Irelands main surfing beaches. Read more

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  6. Bertra Beach - Murrisk

    Murrisk, Mayo

    Bertra Beach is located in Murrisk, Westport. It is an exposed beach which is very popular with walkers, bird watchers and kite surfers. Read more

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  7. The Donegal Gaeltacht

    Glencolmcille, Donegal

    The Gaeltacht is the area in County Donegal where the Irish language is spoken and where the traditions of Irish song, dance and folklore prevail. Read more

  8. Mitchelstown Cave

    Cahir, Tipperary

    Mitchelstown Cave, located midway between Cahir and Mitchelstown in county Tipperary, is one of the most spectacular caves in Europe. The cave's unusual formations, shapes, colour and history make for an enthralling visit. Read more

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  9. Lisfannon Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Inishowen, Donegal

    Lisfannon beach is accessible via the R238, through relatively flat landscape with clear continual views to Lough Swilly. The beach is set beneath low dunes which dominate the carpark. The beach is accessed by foot through the dunes. Read more

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  10. Achill Island -Acaill

    Achill Island -Acaill, Mayo

    Windswept hills of blanket bog slope down to towering cliffs and pristine sandy shores. Achill Island, or Oilean Acaill, is Ireland largest offshore Island and can be reached by car from Mayo's Corraun Peninsula. Read more

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