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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.
Last major racing festival of the summer with a great mix of National Hunt and Flat racing, attracting racegoers from near and far.
Now in its 9th year, Ireland Bike Fest Killarney, Ireland's only free open biker festival, has grown into a well-oiled machine attracting bike enthusiasts in their tens of thousands from all over the world.
20,000 festival goers will enjoy a fantastic fun filled weekend of entertainment with music from over 70 international and Irish artists across six stages.
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...
The Rose of Tralee International Festival, one of Ireland's largest festivals, connects the global Irish community in a carnival atmosphere of street entertainment, live music and selection of the Rose...
Listowel's commemorative Military Tattoo includes military re-enactors, vintage military vehicles, staged battles with blank ammunition, commemorative military parade and a hangar dance - all making for...
The Dingle Adventure Race, now in its 6th year, has three course options for running, biking and kayaking in some of the best scenery on the Dingle Peninsula.
Boutique three day festival celebrating the glory of choral singing through performance, competition and good fun. Set in beautiful Kenmare, it is a wonderful way to herald in the festive season.
Visit beautiful Ballyheigue, for this fun filled family festival, set amongst breath-taking scenery.
Half marathon €46 and full marathon €58
All-in Packages from €150
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