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  1. The Dingle Pub

    Dingle, Kerry

    The pub is one of Dingle’s most popular venues with ballads & traditional music 7 nights per week from May – October and weekend nights during the winter months. Read more

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  2. Ballybunion Visitor Information Point

    Ballybunion, Kerry

    Welcome to the Visitor Information Point network. The friendly and knowledgeable staff look forward to meeting you and helping you plan your visit. Read more

  3. 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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  4. John Deady

    Fenit, Kerry

    John Deady and his deep sea charter boat 'Kerry Coleen' offer reef and shark angling as well as general inshore angling. Sea-life tours are also available from Fenit harbour in County Kerry. Read more

  5. Arabella House

    Tralee, Kerry

    Arabella House is a late Georgian country house, packed with many original architectural features and a distinguished history. Read more

  6. Castlelough Restaurant

    Killarney, Kerry

    Nestling on the shore of Lough Lein, Killarney’s lower lake, The Lake Hotel enjoys the most magnificent setting with the truly unique backdrop of the mountains, islands, woodlands and the 12th century McCarthy Mór castle ruins. Read more

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  7. Waterville Craft Market

    Waterville, Kerry

    Waterville Craft Market located just 400 metres outside Waterville village on the road to Cahirciveen and Killarney is a showcase for Irish craft and design. Read more

  8. Jane Hilliard Gallery

    Tralee, Kerry

    The Jane Hilliard Gallery, in Tralee County Kerry, has a wide and varied collection of original art work, predominantly Irish landscape with some still life, portraiture and surrealism. Read more

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  9. Sheen River Angling

    Kenmare, Kerry

    The Sheen River flows into the head of Kenmare Bay in County Kerry. It is primarily a salmon fishery; the sea trout run being less prolific. It holds spring salmon from March and the grilse arrive in June. Read more

  10. Hannigan's Bar & Restaurant

    Killarney, Kerry

    Sample the hospitality for which Killarney is famous in Hannigan’s award winning bar and restaurant. Hannigan’s is situated on Kenmare Place opposite the local Cinema and the within view of the towns unique mode of transport,the Jaunting Cars. Read more

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