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This festival of running offers three great races on the same day to suit all levels of fitness - Full Marathon, Half Marathon and 10K.
Dingle Tradfest provides a platform for artists to showcase traditional, modern and original music as well as the authentic session within the beautifully scenic Dingle Peninsula, located on the Wild Atlantic...
A unique celebration of the potato and its important role in the lives and diet of the rural community, An Spud-off Mór challenges growers across the Dingle Peninsula to produce the perfect spud.
Walking festival taking place over bogland and farmland in North Kerry and West Limerick, which takes in some fantastic views of the Shannon Estuary from Foynes right out to the mouth of the Shannon.
Duagh welcomes national and international BBQ aficionados who cook and share their insights during this weekend festival. Featuring Asado, Hangi and good old "Low 'n Slow" this weekend is a BBQ lover's...
A fantastic weekend packed full of fashion, friendliness, art and most importantly lacemaking! There is something for everyone with lacemaking and millinery workshops, competitions, fashion show, social...
A boutique film festival offering unique screening experiences with a high calibre of talent in attendance, along with seminars and workshops.
K-Fest features more than 100 artists in 25 pop-up galleries, over 30 bands in bars and venues, spoken word events throughout the weekend and a fantastic film programme.
Killarney will play host to Ireland's greatest one day multi-sport adventure race this March. Run, cycle and kayak across Ireland's most rugged and breath-taking landscapes.
Be part of Ireland's biggest adventure race - run, hike, cycle and kayak in some of the Killarney National Park's most rugged landscapes and breath-taking scenery.
Half marathon €46 and full marathon €58
From €145 pps
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