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  1. Valentia Community Tourist Office

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    Welcome to the Community Tourist Office network in Ireland. The staff in these offices are steeped in the knowledge of the locality and will help you make the most of your stay in Ireland. Read more

  2. Valentia Island Sea Angling

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    Fully insured with all the latest equipment for 12 anglers. Read more

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  3. Richard and Kevin O' Leary - CC Angling

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    Richard and Kevin O' Leary of CC Angling operate a charter angling boat from Valentia Island County Kerry. Read more

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  4. Cablemaster's Residence

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    This building was the home of the first supervisor of the Valentia Cable Station, James Graves.


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  5. Valentia Island

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    Traces of 350 million year old wildlife are found on Valentia Island, one of the largest islands off the South West coast of Kerry. Nowadays a plethora of living flora and fauna make this beautiful Island their home. Read more

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  6. Quigleys Hackney Service

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    A Valentia Island based sightseeing tour and hackney service, offering customised tours and airport pick-up/drop-off on an all year-round basis. Read more

  7. Owen Walsh Skellig Boat Trips

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    Skellig boat trips. Read more

  8. Bray Head

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    Bray head is to the southern tip of Valentia island. On leaving the carpark continue to follow roadway along gently uphill climb over the next 2km to reach the ruins of a Signal Tower perched atop some spectacular cliffs. Read more

  9. Bray Head Loop

    Valentia Island, Kerry

  10. The Skellig Experience

    Valentia Island, Kerry

    This heritage centre tells the story of the Skellig Rocks. Learn about the monks who lived on these desolate rocks, the seabirds, the nearby lighthouses and the marine life of the Skelligs. Read more

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