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In the village of Killahan, just 14km north of Tralee in County Kerry, visitors can discover the ruins of a medieval church, formerly known as Tonaknock Abbey. It was constructed in the 7th century for the Canon Regular.
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.
S O'C Guiding Service offers an English language Fáilte Ireland certified national tour guide.
Golf and Travel Services are the longest established golf tour organiser in Ireland.
Killarney Guided Tours provides fully guided & chauffeured, private tours in the SouthWest of Ireland, on The Wild Atlantic Way and beyond. The mission is to tailor your vacation with your Irish dreams in mind.
Kennedy Coaches Ltd. is a family run business providing a coach tour and chauffeur service.
The Owenascaul River drains into Dingle Bay in County Kerry. It holds good stocks of grilse and sea trout which can be fished from June.
The Connor Crean Centre celebrates the memory of Jerome Connor, famous international sculptor and Tom Crean, the Antarctic Explorer; both born in Annascaul.
A small intimate nursery which operates seasonally from March to end July. An extensive variety of herb plants are produced naturally by utilising a traditional growing technique.
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