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  1. Inch Blue Flag Beach 2013

    Inch, Kerry

    Inch Blue Flag Beach 2013 is three miles of sandy beach, ideal for bathing, sea angling, surfing and many other water sports. It is located on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. Read more

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  2. Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

    Dingle, Kerry

    “Dingle Oceanworld was another highlight of our trip…it was magical…the penguins were so cute…it was incredible…friendly and knowledgeable staff” - this is what a visitor said after visiting Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium. Read more

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  3. Tralee Aqua Dome

    Tralee, Kerry

    The Aqua Dome is one of Ireland's largest waterworlds featuring waves, rapids, rivers and slides in tropical temperatures. Enjoy a fun-filled family day out in Tralee whatever the weather. Read more

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  4. Kilmalkedar Church

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    Situated in County Kerry, just 8km from Dingle, Kilmalkedar is home to a fascinating religious site dating back to early-Christian times. Spread across 10 acres, the ruins include a Hiberno-Romanesque church and several significant stones. Read more

  5. Cathair Chonroí

    Camp, Kerry

    Cathair Chonroí, at the edge of the Slieve Mish Mountains in County Kerry, was once the fortress of one of Celtic Ireland's mythical heroes Cú Roí mac Dáiri. Now only the impressive remnants of this Dun Fort and the spectacular views remain. Read more

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  6. Priest's Stone

    Dingle, Kerry

    This Ogham stone, that stands near Dingle County Kerry, was was the first identified Ogham stone in Ireland. It was discovered in the 18th century by the Welsh antiquarian, Edward Lloyd. Read more

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  7. Celtic & Prehistoric Museum

    Dingle, Kerry

    A large archaeological collection of authentic artefacts from the Jurassic, Stone Age, Bronze Age, Celtic and Viking eras including the only genuine fossil Woolly Mammoth, Dinosaur egg nest, and Cave Bear skeleton in Ireland. Read more

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  8. The Blasket Islands - Na Blascaodaí

    The Blasket Islands -Na Blascaodaí, Kerry

    Some 6 km beyond the most westerly tip of the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, large humps of sandstone with awesome cliffs rise from the Atlantic Ocean. Surrounded by smaller rocks and reefs, these are the Blasket Islands, or Na Blascaodaí. Read more

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  9. Eask Tower And Hill

    Dingle, Kerry

    This is the shapely hill with the prominent tower on its summit which stands on the south side of Dingle Harbour. It can be reached by branching left from the Ventry Road at Ballymore, 4km west of Dingle. Read more

  10. Ferriter's Castle

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    3km north west of Ballyferriter Village are the remains of this castle, the birthplace of the soldier poet Pierce Ferriter, who was one of the last Irish chiefs to hold out against Cromwell's army in the 17th century. Read more

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