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  1. Maherabeg Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Castlegregory, Kerry

    Maherabeg Beach is an extensive sandy beach and dune system. It is located in Castlegregory, County Kerry and is a protected area. Read more

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  2. The Old Cable Historic House c.1866

    Waterville, Kerry

    Milestone Heritage Site traces its origins to the First Transatlantic Telegraph Cable layed 1866 from Ireland to USA 1866 connecting for the first time the old and the new world in global telecommunications. The Victorian Internet. Read more

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  3. Gallarus Castle

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    Built in the 16th century, this castle has four storeys and has recently been "stabalised" by the OPW. Read more

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  4. 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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  5. Valentia Observatory

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    Ireland's oldest synoptic weather station is a few minutes from Cahersiveen town on the Waterville road. Read more

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  6. Kyrie Eleison Abbey

    Abbeydorney, Kerry

    Established in the 12th century, the Abbey of Kyrie Eleison is credited for giving the village of Abbeydorney its name. It was the only Cistercian community in medieval County Kerry, and boasts fine Celtic crosses. Read more

  7. Cahergal Stone Fort

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    Situated close to Ballycarbery Castle, near Cahersiveen County Kerry, the ancient Stone Fort of Cahergal dates back to the 8th or 9th century. Read more

  8. 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

  9. Cathair Deargain

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    Cathair Deargain is a restored stone fort that lies near Ballydavid in County Kerry. It typifies the fortified homesteads of ruling families in the early Christian period. Read more

  10. 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

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