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Richard and Kevin O' Leary of CC Angling operate a charter angling boat from Valentia Island County Kerry.
Kerry Archaeological And Historical Society is based in the County Library Headquarters in Tralee, County Kerry.
Siopa na bhFíodóirí/The Weavers’ Shop is the studio and shop of weaver/tapestry artist Lisbeth Mulcahy. The weaving room is open to view during shop hours. As well as Lisbeth’s designs, Siopa na bhFíodóirí stocks work by other Irish designer.
Minard Castle is said to have been built by the Knight of Kerry, and it is the largest fortress on the peninsula. It is one of the locations used in the film "Ryans Daughter", where Rosy met the English Captain.
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.
"Between the hills & sea"A family run establishments located in the Town centre close to free car parking. Known locally for serving traditional meals in a friendly setting it also caters for those with a more modern palate. A definite stop.
Stocker’s Lodge Bar & Restaurant is conveniently situated opposite the Bus and Train station about 5mins walk from Tralee town centre. This restaurant provides the best in food and wine to suit all tastes.
This innovative gallery focuses on contemporary Irish art and, in particular, on the artists of the Beara Peninsula.
Visitors can enjoy a trip to the Skellig Islands on board the Celtic Victor.
Fresh produce, made by us with love for you and yours. We only use real butter and Free Range eggs in everything we make! Everything is made onsite - and everything is available to Take Away
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