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  1. 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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  2. Vincent Hyland Art Gallery

    Caherdaniel, Kerry

    Come and see award winning artist, filmmaker and photographer Vincent Hyland’s unique collection of paintings, prints, images and underwater film, in Catherdaniel County Kerry. Read more

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  3. Slea Head Famine Cottages and Sheep Dog Trials

    Ventry, Kerry

    The Slea Head Famine Cottages offer an enchanting and haunting experience for visitors who would like to get a true feeling of what it was like to live in Famine Ireland. Read more

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  4. 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

  5. Riasc Monastic Settlement

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    About 2km east of Ballyferriter in County Kerry, people can encounter the ruins of the ancient Riasc Monastic Settlement, including the fascinating Riasc Stone. Read more

  6. Cablemaster's Residence

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    This building was the home of the first supervisor of the Valentia Cable Station, James Graves.


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  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. The Skellig Experience

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    This heritage centre tells the story of the Skellig Rocks. Learn about the monks who lived on these desolate rocks, the seabirds, the nearby lighthouses and the marine life of the Skelligs. Read more

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  10. The Lartigue Monorailway

    Listowel, Kerry

    The Lartigue Monorail was the only monorail in the world to operate successfully on a commercial basis It ran from Listowel to Ballybunion in County Kerry between 1888 and 1924. Read more

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