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  1. Derrynane Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Derrynane, Kerry

    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. Read more

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  2. St Mary's Catholic Church Killarney

    Killarney, Kerry

    Located in Killarney, St Mary’s is the cathedral of the Catholic Diocese of Kerry. The beautiful Gothic-style structure was designed by Augustus Pugin and dedicated to Mary in 1855. Read more

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  3. 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

  4. Ballydavid Tower

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    Built about 1801 as a signal tower against a possible French invasion, Ballydavid Tower had fallen into disuse by the middle of the century and was briefly reoccupied during the First World War. Read more

  5. Gallarus Oratory Visitor Centre

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    Gallarus Oratory, in Ballydavid County Kerry,is the best preserved early Christian church in Ireland. Read more

  6. Wilma's Killorglin Farmhouse Cheese

    Killorglin, Kerry

    Wilma's Killorglin Farmhouse Cheese is produced on a farm in Killorglin County Kerry. The farm is open to visitors. Read more

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  7. John Hurley Gallery

    Blennerville, Kerry

    Take this opportunity to visit a professional artist in his studio. John Hurley's studio is in County Kerry where the rugged coastline of the region informs his contemporary landscape painting. Read more

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  8. Greta's Herbs

    Annascaul, Kerry

    A small intimate nursery which operates seasonally from March to end July. An extensive variety of herb plants are produced naturally by utilising a traditional growing technique. Read more

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  9. Kyrie Eleison Abbey

    Abbeydorney, Kerry

    Established in the 12th century, the Abbey of Kyrie Eleison is credited for giving the village of Abbeydorney its name. It was the only Cistercian community in medieval County Kerry, and boasts fine Celtic crosses. Read more

  10. Valentia Island

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    Traces of 350 million year old wildlife are found on Valentia Island, one of the largest islands off the South West coast of Kerry. Nowadays a plethora of living flora and fauna make this beautiful Island their home. Read more

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