Ballydavid

  1. An Riasc

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    Located between majestic Mount Brandon and mystic Smerwick Harbour on the north western side of the Dingle Peninsula, just 10 minutes drive from Dingle Town. Lire la suite

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  2. 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. Lire la suite

  3. Gallarus Castle

    Ballydavid, Kerry

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

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  4. Tigh an Phóist

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    Spend time in a Gaelic speaking Village in County Kerry. Tigh an Phoist is a modern, four star apartment, in the scenic Gaelic speaking village of Bóthar Buí, 11km west of Dingle, on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. Lire la suite

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  5. Old Pier Restaurant - An Seana Ché

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    The Old Pier combines food and accommodation. It is situated on Smerwick Harbour, with spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, Blasket Islands and Mount Brandon. Restaurant offers a broad range of locally caught seafood, prime steak and meat dishes Lire la suite

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  6. Gallarus Oratory Visitor Centre

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    Gallarus Oratory, in Ballydavid County Kerry,is the best preserved early Christian church in Ireland. Lire la suite

  7. Imeall na Mara ( Seashore House)

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    Take in views of the harbour or Mount Brandon from your room and enjoy home baking and full breakfast in the dining room at this family run B&B in Ballydavid, County Kerry. Lire la suite

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  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. Lire la suite

  9. 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. Lire la suite

  10. Scanlon's Pet Farm

    Ballydavid, Kerry

    Scanlon's Pet Farm provides a great day out for all the family. It is ocated just 8km west of Dingle in County Kerry. Visitors to the farm can see and pet the animals. Lire la suite

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