Escape into wild landscapes and deserted beaches in County Kerry
Darcy’s Restaurant is located in Barrack Lane, between Penny’s and Heatons just off the main street in Tralee town centre....
Ratass Church is the oldest building in Tralee Town. It was one of the first ecclesiastical settlements established...
Tailor-Made Tours offers a range of self-guided walking holidays on Ireland’s way-marked ways, and independent walking...
Golfing and scenic tours for 8 to 10 people, collecting from major airports. Booking b&bs or hotels. Golf booking. Tours...
Dingle Marina is situated in the sheltered Dingle Harbour at the most south-westerly point of Ireland. The 2.6m channel...
The Dingle Whiskey Distillery is not in the business of creating megabrands, nor do they distil for anyone else.
Scuba diving, boat trips and training are offered, with dive sites around Dingle and the Blasket Islands.
Based in Ballinaboula, Dingle, County Kerry, Irish Adventures offers a variety of tours, activities and training aimed...
The Rose of Tralee is a flagship event on the Irish Festivals calendar, connecting the global Irish community during...
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