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  1. Arnie's Bar And Restaurant

    Ardfert, Kerry

    Lobster, seafood, oysters and steaks a speciality. Extensive range of quality menus to suit all tastes and pockets. Fine sea views. Read more

  2. Carrig Country House Restaurant

    Caragh Lake, Kerry

    Carrig House is a charming Victorian country manor on acres of lakeside gardens. Read more

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  3. Kate Browne's Pub and Restaurant

    Ardfert, Kerry

    Kate Browne's is a traditional, thatched cottage style pub and restaurant with open turf fires and traditional music. Located in the Cathedral village of Ardfert, 8kms from Tralee Town Centre and 3kms from Banna Beach. Read more

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  4. Staigue Fort

    Castlecove, Kerry

    Staigue Fort, in Castlecove County Kerry, is one of the finest example of a stone fort in Ireland and is about 2,500 years old. Read more

  5. Offshore Surf School

    Ardfert, Kerry

    Offshore Surf School on Inch beach, County Kerry offer surf lessons for beginners of all ages. The school also rent boards and wetsuits. Read more

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  6. Ballyheigue Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Ballyheigue, Kerry

    Ballyheigue Blue Flag Beach is an extensive sandy beach located beside Ballyheigue in County Kerry. It looks out over Tralee Bay and is great place for swimming, surfing, walking and other water sports activities. Read more

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  7. Skelligs Chocolate Company

    Ballinskelligs, Kerry

    Visitors are invited to Skelligs Chocolate Company shop in Ballinskelligs, County Kerry to enjoy the experience of watching chocolate makers at work. Everywhere they’ll see chocolate being twirled, swirled and poured. Read more

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  8. South West Walks Ireland (Ireland Walk Hike Bike)

    Tralee, Kerry

    South West Walks Ireland (Ireland Walk Hike Bike) located in Tralee, County Kerry is a family-run company organising excellent quality guided and escorted walking holidays. Read more

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  9. Dingle Lighthouse

    Dingle, Kerry

    The lighthouse itself is maintained by Dingle Harbour Commissioners and was built in 1885 for a total cost of €747.88. Its purpose is to guide boats to the seaward of the Crow Rock which may be seen off Eask Tower to the west. Read more

  10. Go Visit Ireland Walking Tours

    Killorglin, Kerry

    Go Visit Ireland has been operating walking holidays in Ireland since 1994. Read more

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