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  1. Ceann Sibeal Sybil Head Tower

    Ballyferriter, Kerry

    The Tower was built just before 1880 as a consequence of fear of an imminent Napoleonic invasion of England, using Ireland as a back door. It was 40 feet high and 30 feet square. Read more

  2. The Back Lane Pop Up Gallery

    Killarney, Kerry

    The Back Lane Pop Up Gallery is a gallery and workshop where local artists have come together to work and exhibit their paintings. Read more

  3. Banna Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Ardfert, Kerry

    Banna Beach is located at Ardfert, County Kerry and stretches from Ballyheigue Beach in the north to Barrow Beach in the south. It is an extensive sandy beach of major ecological interest. Read more

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  4. Kerry County Museum

    Tralee, Kerry

    Kerry County Museum, in Tralee explores the archaeology and history of the county of Kerry. Read more

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  5. Dromavala Church

    Killorglin, Kerry

    The town of Killorglin, County Kerry is home to the remains of Dromavala Church, which was originally dedicated to St Lawrence. Read more

  6. 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

  7. Tarbert Bridewell Visitor Centre

    Tarbert, Kerry

    The Bridewell Museum in Tarbert, County Kerry, offers a tour of the museum, coffee shop, gift shop and a tourist information point from friendly and dedicated staff. Read more

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  8. Ionad an Bhlascaoid Mhóir - The Blasket Centre

    Dunquin, Kerry

    Your Great Blasket Island experience begins here! Read more

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  9. 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

  10. Dhu Varren Garden

    Milltown, Kerry

    A beautiful botanic garden found near Milltown, County Kerry, Dhu Varren is a 1-hectare expanse. It features two landscaped glasshouses, water gardens, an arboretum and more. Guests can enjoy the tea house and also purchase plants. Read more

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