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Sheep's Head Peninsula Full review
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Spectacular!: The Sheep’s Head Way is a serene, unspoiled peninsula and is one of the most-loved walking tracks in Ireland. It possesses an unblemished natural landscape with a remarkable coastal view. It is recognized as a European Destination of Excellence. It is an ideal destination to enjoy peaceful moments and refresh one's senses.
Sheep's Head, also known as Muntervary , is the headland at the end of the Sheep's Head peninsula -… [..]

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Stradbally Beach Full review
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One of the best beaches in Ireland: This long sandy beach is located on the Dingle Peninsula and is perfect for a family day out by the beaches. One of the most stunning beaches of Europe is known for its secluded sandy coves. You could spend your day by the beach relaxing or go for a swim in the salty water. For those who enjoy surfing, this is the place to be.

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Gougane Barra Full review
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Can we rename this place as heaven on earth?: Absolutely stunning location, especially the forest park set in the gorgeous backdrop of mountains and lakes. It was a long drive for us, but when we arrived we were mesmerized by how beautiful this forest park looked. Enjoy a peaceful walk through the trails, alongside the lake or simply find a spot to relax and sip your coffee.
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Bantry Hystorical Society Museum Full review
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A small museum that showcases Irish history: Set up by a small group of history enthusiasts, this museum has an exhibit of items of local historical society. From kitchen utensils to old newspapers, the display showcases fascinating stuff from the past. You'll need about 30 minutes to explore the place and recommended to visit if you are in the area.

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Glengarriff Golf Club Full review
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Stunning Nine Holes Golf Course: Overlooking the world-famous Garnish Island and Bantry Bay, It is a beautiful nine holes golf club rolling up and down the hillside. It is set in one of the prettiest surroundings in Ireland, with spectacular views abound; the sight from the fifth tee is particularly stunning.

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Bantry House Full review
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Spectacular views and a memorable experience! : Gorgeous sea view, relaxing environment and good food are what to expect when you are here. Bantry house is an experience and an overnight stay here is highly recommended, although it might be a little expensive. There are a massive library and gorgeous garden at this unique location. Truly a delightful experience.
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Glengarriff Nature Reserve Full review
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Another one of the scenic hikes: A visit to Glengariff, a nature reserve is a must with long trails if you enjoy hiking. This beautiful setting in nature showcases oldest oak and birch groves left in Ireland. We enjoyed the walk through the woods and the river trail, we stopped by for some zen time too. Breathtaking and tranquil views.
Glengarriff Forest is an area of woodland near Glengarriff, West Cork, Ireland. Most of the woodlan… [..]

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National park Full review
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A breathtaking visit to the National park: One of our trip highlights was visiting Killarney National Park. Exploring the wilderness, lakes and forests while hiking through the park. Spot the gorgeous view of waterfalls, oak forest and the lake. All worth the time and takes you closer to nature.

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Bray Head Full review
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A hike to witness the panoramic views of the Wicklow Mountains: The trail was almost a mile long by the beachfront promenade. It's not just a touristy site but also a popular pilgrimage site too during the holy week. Sunsets and sunrises always offer the best of the views, but if you choose to go during the daytime too, the panoramic views are stunning! Get your hiking shoes on and follow the trails to this beauty.
Bray Head is a 241 m hill and headland located in northern County Wicklow, Ireland, between the t… [..]

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Skellig Ring Full review
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A scenic drive through the coastal areas : A magical scenic drive with the panoramic views of the Skellig rocks, megalithic structures, tombs, beach and the mountains. An impressive drive with beautiful views, highly recommended if you are off to explore Ring of Kerry. If you enjoy long drives away from the city this scenic ride is highly recommended.

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Shehy Mountain Full review
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Scenic mountains and the humming winds: Shehy mountain is an iconic landmark of Ireland and a must visit too. Surrounded with moorland, forest and small community farm the area has so much to see. There is also a monastery located here that dates back into the history and is considered to be one of the prominent pilgrimage centres. This location is yet another stunner.
The Shehy Mountains are a range of low mountains situated on the border between County Cork and Co… [..]

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Ross Castle Full review
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A Tower House: This Castle is considered the accurate example of the Irish stronghold during the Middle Ages. It was founded around the 15th century and is surrounded by a fortified bawn and circular flanking towers. The castle is adorned with 16th and 17th-century oak furniture. It offers lovely waterfront views across the Killarney’s lower lake.
Ross Castle is a 15th-century tower house and keep on the edge of Lough Leane, in Killarney Nation… [..]

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Lough Leane Full review
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Spectacular!: An attractive and lovely Lake set against the lush mountains in Killarney National Park. An astonishing spot to take a boat ride while enjoying the tranquillity of the landscape. The castle on the shore offers an incredible journey into Ireland's past.
Lough Leane is largest of the three lakes of Killarney. The River Laune flows from the lake into t… [..]

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Gap of Dunloe Full review
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The walk and the view was worth it! : We couldn't stop but take pictures of this impressive landscape and take a pony ride. We were told that this location looks different in every weather. The ride was fun and so was the hike, all worth it for the scenic location. The mountains, the colourful valley, a visit here is a must. Be mindful that this place might get a little crowded.
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Carrauntoohil Full review
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Highest Mountain in Ireland: Fascinating thousands of tourists each year, Carrauntoohil is the highest peak in Ireland. The largest town near the mountain is Killarney, which has plenty of affordable accommodation, eateries, supermarkets, and shopping center. The unpredictable weather makes climbing to the summit an adventurous journey.
Carrauntoohil is the highest peak on the island of Ireland. Located in County Kerry, Ireland it is… [..]

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O'sullivan's waterfall Full review
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A visit to the cascade in Tomies Wood: We took a walk through the woods to view the lake and was totally a treat to the eyes. On our walk to view the waterfall we spotted lots of deer and also managed to snap some gorgeous pictures along the way. A lovely view and an incredible walk through the forest.

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Road between Camp and Aughils (15 minutes) Full review
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Great Views: If you are on this road, you should not miss these places: Tralee, Ennis, Courtbrack, Limerick, and Galway. There are many places to stay here as well. There is a hotel named Torine House near this road which is offering plenty of facilities.

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Road from Inch beach to Shanahill West (15 min.) Full review
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Beautiful Place : The property is beautiful. the accommodations are comfortable, clean, and thoughtfully decorated. I really enjoyed waking up here! Lorna was kind enough to wait for me after a while. The Phoenix is ​​a wonderful place. As a vegan traveler, I truly appreciate the whole concept of this place, and Lorna and her staff are amazingly kind.

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Devil's Punch Bowl Full review
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A challenging climb for the hikers : You love this location if you are an experienced hiker, the chances are that by the end of your Ireland trip, you'd be one. The hike is about 800 meters steep and not an easy one, but when you get to the top of it the view is simply spectacular. Ensure you take a quick look on the weather before you decide to visit the place as the hike should not be under-estimated. Devil's punch bowl is an oval…

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Ladies View Full review
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Spectacular!: Ladies View, located in the heart of Killarney National Park, is one of the most famous panoramas in Ireland. It was given its name because of the delight showed by Queen Victoria's Ladies-in-Waiting when they visited it in 1861. Experience the charm of this place and visit the Gift Shop with the largest selection of gifts in the town.
Ladies View is a scenic point along the N71 portion of the Ring of Kerry, in Killarney National Par… [..]

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The heights of Aghadoe Full review
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Majestic Hotel: Overlooking Killarney Lakes with spectacular scenes of the majestic Kerry mountains, Aghadoe Heights Hotel & Spa boasts one of the most magnificent sights in Killarney. It is a chic modern hotel, offering deluxe five-star luxury together with Ireland's most celebrated Resort Spa.

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Killarney National Park Full review
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A beautiful Spectacle.: The unique combination of mountains, lakes, woodlands and waterfalls makes the Killarney National Park an extraordinary panoramic sight. The major attraction is Muckross House and Gardens. This 19th-century palace has a treasure trove of beautiful furnishings and artefacts of the same period. The Park has also been designated in 1981 as a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
Killarney National Park , near the town of Killarney, County Kerry, was the first national park in … [..]

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Muckross House, Gardens & Traditional Farm Full review
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Ireland's National Park: Muckross House, Gardens, and Traditional Farms serve as the focal point of Killarney National Park. It is the oldest National Park in Ireland and includes the world-renowned Lakes of Killarney. Adding to the beauty are the mountains and woodlands that surround them. Major attractions include a Traditional Farm, a craft shop and a Garden Restaurant.
Muckross House is located on the small Muckross Peninsula between Muckross Lake and Lough Leane, t… [..]

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Rock of Cashel Full review
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Historic Site: The Rock of Cashel is one of the most striking archaeological sites in Ireland. It is a magnificent group of medieval buildings and ancient fortifications. It is a five-minute walk from the town center up to the summit, offering an incredible view of the countryside. Highlights include an audio-visual display and exhibitions.
The Rock of Cashel , also known as Cashel of the Kings and St. Patrick's Rock, is a historic site l… [..]

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Saint's road Full review
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A Splendid Route: This road is one of Ireland’s most fascinating and beautiful old pilgrimage roads. It presents no major challenge, even for the casual walker, as it only climbs one hill and otherwise weaves its way gently up and down from the beach at Ceann Trá (Ventry) to the foot of Brandon Mountain.

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Fahan Full review
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Beautiful View: If you love natural beauty, then this is a must visit for you. Sunset View is a luxury modern holiday home with a breathtaking location on a hillside above the coastal road between Fahan and Buncrana on the beautiful Inishowen Peninsula.
Fahan is a district of Inishowen, in County Donegal, Ireland, located 5 km south of Buncrana. In… [..]

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Clochans on the road between Ventry and Slea Head Full review
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Exciting Experience: If you are in Ireland, this is a must visit for you. While you can take a basic guided tour of the peninsula, my self-guided tour makes it unnecessary. A fancy map is also not necessary with my instructions. Great place, highly recommended.

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Dunbeg Promontory Fort Full review
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Promontory Stone Fort: Dunbeg Fort is a dramatic headland fortification in Ireland. It is located at the top of a sea cliff and stands dilapidated due to erosion; but, it still looks impressive. Inside the fort is around Beehive hut with a square interior.
Dunbeg Fort is a promontory fort built in the Iron Age near the modern village of Ventry in County… [..]

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Conor Pass Full review
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Highest Mountain Pass: The Conor Pass is one of the highest mountain passes in Ireland. This narrow road winds through verdant landscapes and the spectacle of the lakes and glaciated mountains, it offers, is the stuff of fairy tales. There is a scenic carpark at the top that provides the stunning view as far as the Aran Islands.
Conor Pass or Connor Pass is one of the highest Irish mountain passes served by an asphalted road.… [..]

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Shandon Full review
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A memorable stay with family : Overlooking the magnificently beautiful Sheephaven Bay, this hotel stay is an experience in itself. With the views facing the bay, hills and countryside to choose from and the vast service offering including the relaxing spa here, you'll be spoilt to for choice. Overall a great stay that was relaxing and rejuvenating.
Shandon is a district in Cork city noted for The Bells of Shandon, a song celebrating the bells of… [..]

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Saint Patrick's Street Full review
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Shop till you drop at the St. Patrick's Street: This clean, cosmopolitan stop for some street shopping at the old-fashioned retail stores is an experience in itself. The street is filled with commercial retailers, clothing stores and cafe's to stopover when you need a break. This long-wide street is great for a stroll too.
St Patrick's Street is the main shopping street of the city of Cork in the south of Ireland. Since… [..]

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Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral Full review
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Opulently Decorated!: Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral with its luxuriously decorated facade and artistic interior designs is one of the most instantly recognizable monuments in Cork. This mid-19th-century building is a landmark blessed with animating features and centuries-old history. A collection of over 1,200 sculptures adorn the cathedral.
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Saint Mary and Saint Anne's Cathedral Full review
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Another one of the beautiful Cathedral in Ireland.: From the simplicity of the architecture to the amazing visitor centre and friendly staff, this is one of the must-visit sites when you are here. This historically relevant cathedral is not a big one, yet has so much to see and photograph.
The Cathedral of Saint Mary and Saint Anne is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in Cork, Ireland.… [..]

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Bere Island Full review
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A satisfying day exploring the islands of Bere: Pristine waters, charming landscapes, friendly locals and great eateries. Bere Island located in West Cork has been voted as the tidiest Island in Ireland. Quiet and isolated island with not many tourists, if you enjoy hiking and biking as we do, then this is the place to be. Another one of our favourite recommendations is the Bakehouse cafe for their pastries and cakes.
Bere Island Irish: Oiléan Béarra, meaning "bear island", although officially called An tOileán Mór … [..]

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Rosscarbery Full review
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An attractive village with lots of experiences: Known to be the best village in the world, our visit to this village was an amazing experience. The village is decked with historic buildings, a spectacular cathedral and graced with nature. There are many interesting things you can do here. One day visit might seem to short for this village. From bird watching to hiking to a visit to Downeen castle, this village was one of our favourites to expl…
Rosscarbery or Roscarbery is a town in County Cork, Ireland. The town is on a shallow estuary, whi… [..]

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Ormond Castle Full review
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Fine Example of Elizabethan architecture. : Build in the 16th Century, Ormond Castle is recognized to be the most preserved Elizabethan estate house in Ireland. Tour of the castle gives an excellent overview of Elizabethan architecture. The most prominent feature of this house is the decorative plasterwork, including portraits in the 'staterooms' which present some of the finest examples of the craft in the country.
Ormond Castle is a castle on the River Suir on the east side of Carrick-on-Suir, County Tipperary,… [..]

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Foynes Flying Boat & Maritime Museum Full review
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Flying through the past: Foynes Flying Boat & Maritime Museum tells the captivating story of how Foynes became one of the leading aviation hubs in the world. The imaginative, entertaining, and informative exhibits introduce visitors to many of the unique and extraordinary stories housed in the museum. Get a chance to learn about the history and stories of the River Shannon and its critical role in establishing Foynes…

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Jameson Experience, Midleton Full review
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Fascinating Whiskey Museum: Visit of the Jameson Experience is like taking a leap through history. Stepping into the door takes you back in time—carts are stacked high with sacks of grain, and you can smell the odor of the malted barley getting dried in closed kilns. You will be narrated the captivating story behind the formulation of one of the most popular Irish whiskeys in the world. One of the most fascinating tourist …
The Jameson Experience, Midleton, is an Irish whiskey museum and visitor centre located in the Old… [..]

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Holycross Abbey Full review
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One of the hidden gems in Ireland: This newly renovated church still carries some of the old ruins from the history and has a cemetery that leads you up to a scenic river. An impressive monastic site which is rich in history and has an awe-inspiring architecture to showcase.
The Holy Cross Abbey in Tipperary is a restored Cistercian monastery in Holycross near Thurles, Co… [..]

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Swiss Cottage Full review
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A Delightful Ornamental Cottage: Swiss Cottage, a charming, exquisite cottage, is an enduring historical attraction and an iconic representation of the Ireland of yore. The cottage's unique and rustic features include a beautiful thatched roof and woodwork resembling branched trees. Its interior contains an elegant spiral staircase and some ornately decorated rooms. The wallpaper in the salon is one of the first commercially pro…

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Cahir Castle Full review
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Historical Structure: A majestic 13th-15th-century edifice, Cahir Castle, has stood imposing through the sieges and bombardments for centuries. Wonderfully designed by Conor O’Brien to be a state-of-the-art defensive castle, it is strategically located on a rugged island enclosed by the swirling River Suir. Now, the castle features a fascinating audio-visual exhibit to educate visitors about its extraordinary hist…
Cahir Castle , one of the largest castles in Ireland, is sited on an island in the river Suir. It w… [..]

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Teompall na Hoe,Teompall na Griffin Full review
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A Magical Church : To the northwest of Ardfert Cathedral and Temple Na Hoe is this simple yet beautiful 15th Century church named Temple Na Griffin. It has a high-pitched roof, with a bellcote on the western gable, and a two-light window in the eastern gable.

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Ardfert Cathedral Full review
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A Cathedral that is historically significant with an amazing architecture: Ardfert Cathedral of St. Brendan is one of the highly significant landmarks in the history of Ireland. Ensure you get a guide along or take in as much information as possible from the front desk before you start touring the Cathedral. This is one of the heritage sites here, we enjoyed spending time here, learning about the historical relevance of the site and of course clicking some beautiful pic…
Ardfert Cathedral is a ruined former cathedral in Ardfert, County Kerry, in Ireland. Dedicated to … [..]

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Tralee Ship Canal (in Blenerville) Full review
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Picturesque, worth the stop: While driving around we stopped by the canal for a photogenic moment. There were massive windmills around and there was an interpretive centre that showcased a short film too. After enjoying our little tour and adoring the beauty atop, we sipped a good cup of coffee from the Windmill Cafe too.
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Kerry County Museum Full review
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An absolute treat!: Kerry County Museum with its extraordinary collection of artifacts, interactive exhibits, and hands-on activities recounts the turbulent history and rich archeology of the County Kerry. It won Museum of the Year award in 2009. The Tom Crean Exhibition and the interactive gallery of Bone Investigators offer an opportunity for visitors to explore the life of a bustling Medieval town through the eye…
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O'Sullivans Cascade Full review
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Beautiful Waterfall: O’Sullivan’s Cascade is a stunning waterfall located near the wild oak Tomies Wood. According to a legend, this waterfall once ran with whiskey instead of water; unfortunately, when the English attacked Ireland, it changed into water. It is the part of a spectacular series of waterfalls that run through the Tomies Wood.

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Torc Waterfall Full review
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A satisfying treat to your eyes, Torc Waterfall : We visited the waterfalls as a part of our Ring of Kerry trip and it was worth the view. A short trail that leads you up to the scenic views of the waterfall. The route is clearly marked with signboards along the way through Killarney National Park. This was another one of our favourite picture spots. Highly recommended if you are taking Kerry tour.
Torc Waterfall is a waterfall at the base of Torc Mountain, about 5 miles from Killarney in Count… [..]

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Emmet Square Full review
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A Must Visit : This fine, classically proportioned house, located on the north-western side of Emmet Square, dates to the mid eighteenth century and is contemporary with the planning of the square by Sir Lawrence Parsons, heir to the Birr Estate. Great place, highly recommended !

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Timoleague Abbey Full review
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Interesting Site: This was once one of the most important abbeys in Ireland until a tsunami shifted the waterways. It's in good shape with a nice brochure to explore the grounds. Technically free, but please leave a few coins in donation, especially if you take the brochure.
Timoleague Friary is a Franciscan friary located in Timoleague, County Cork, Ireland. It dates from… [..]

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Cashel Folk Village Full review
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Award Winning Museum: Cashel Folk Village is the 1st ranked museum in County Tipperary on Tripadvisor. It contains an incredible, fabulous collection of original memorabilia describing different periods of the Irish history notably: the Great Irish Famine of 1845 – 1851, the Third Tipperary Brigade and the War of Independence. It unquestionably offers an impressive journey into the enriching, real, and unadulterated …

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Brandon Full review
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The best spot for windsurfing!: Brandon located in Dingle Peninsula is a must-visit for those who love long walks and hikes. Brandon is a village that not only has long walks around the peninsula, we also the rich history and culture every sightseeing tour had to offer. Another one of the must-see scenic location with fishing and windsurfing on the sandy beaches as one of the top things to do here.
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Dunquin Full review
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Quite a walk, but worth it for the scenic location that awaits! : This westerly tip of the Dingle Peninsula is a must-visit for the scenery and surviving Gaelic culture. The place looked exactly like a travel postcard but in 3D. Sunset views of the rugged cliffs are spectacular. This place wasn't too crowded like most touristic spots in Ireland, after the climb we were spellbound with the breathtaking views.
Dún Chaoin , meaning "Caon's stronghold", is a Gaeltacht village in west County Kerry, Ireland. Dun… [..]

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Brandon Creek Full review
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Isolated but a scenic location: I believe Brandon Creek is one of the most instagrammable places in Ireland. Located in the Dingle Peninsula, this fishing harbour is not packed with tourists like most other sites in Dublin. To enjoy a good hike atop or to simply relax by the scenic spot, ensure you check the weather forecast before you plan your visit to this location.
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Brandon Creek Full review
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Isolated but a scenic location: I believe Brandon Creek is one of the most instagrammable places in Ireland. Located in the Dingle Peninsula, this fishing harbour is not packed with tourists like most other sites in Dublin. To enjoy a good hike atop or to simply relax by the scenic spot, ensure you check the weather forecast before you plan your visit to this location.
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Cloghane Full review
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A Delightful Experience. : Cloghane (An Clochán) is a delightful little slice of Dingle. The village's few buildings shelter in the lee of Mt Brandon, looking out to Brandon Bay and across the water to the Stradbally Mountains beyond. The 5km drive out to Brandon's Point from Cloghane follows ever-narrower single-track roads, culminating in cliffs with fantastic views north and east.
An Clochán is a village and townland on the Dingle Peninsula of County Kerry, Ireland, at the foot… [..]

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Kilmalkedar Church Full review
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Ancient Ruins in a beautiful surrounding: Kilmalkedar is the remains of a magnificent ecclesiastical site located in County Kerry. Major tourist attractions include an extraordinary 12th-century Hiberno-Romanesque cathedral and several captivating artefacts, most notable of those are "alphabet stone, holed Ogham stone, sundial and large stone cross."

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Great Blasket Island visitor's centre Full review
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A great exhibition of the history and culture : Interactive rooms and informative guides were awaiting us at the Great Blasket Island visitor's centre. Excellent setup and a fabulous exhibit of the lifestyle and culture of the people from the past. The views from this location are also stunning. Highly recommended visit.

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ceim hill museum Full review
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Historical Farmhouse and Museum: Ceim Hill is a historical Farmhouse and Museum with architecture on the pattern of ancient dwellings in Ireland. Amongst the notable collections are the artefacts from Iron and Bronze age, and Megalithic and Neolithic times. The visitor can also explore early-age farm tools. There is an exhibition on the War Of Independence for history lovers.

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Lough Ine Cottage Full review
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Romantic !: This exquisite Holiday House is located in Lough Ine which is dubbed as one of the most romantic places in West Cork, Ireland. Lough Ine is one of Ireland's first marine nature reserves and far enough off the beaten path, it is a perfect spot to escape for a romantic holiday.
Lough Hyne is a marine lake in West Cork, Ireland, about 5 km southwest of Skibbereen. It was desi… [..]

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Creagh Gardens Full review
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Reposeful and Lovely: A romantic garden with an intimate and peaceful ambiance, Creagh Garden is definitely a place for the lovers to visit. A widespread network of trails changes their way through the woods letting the visitor view a wide range of beautiful plants.

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Mizen head cliffs Full review
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A breathtaking walk with a view to remember!: Gazing at the spectacular views of the Mizen head cliffs while taking a walk across the bridge is an unforgettable one. There's a centre with a nice cafe and good facilities. Although the trek could be a little longer, the stunning views are totally worth it. Ensure you have your walking shoes on and carry your camera along to click some of the gorgeous pictures here. Definitely worth the visit

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Mizen Head Signal Station Full review
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A scenic cliff walk with great history alongside: Enjoy the gorgeous views of the Atlantic coastline, spot seals on the way and cross the iconic Mizen Footbridge. The panoramic views from up there was fully worth the time and effort. By the end of the visit, you could claim like us that you've visited the Southernmost tip of Ireland.
Mizen Head , is located at the extremity of the Kilmore Peninsula in the district of Carbery in Cou… [..]

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English Market Full review
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Famous Food Market: English Market is a food market located at the heart of Cork, Ireland. With its variety of local and international organic products and multicultural ambiance, it is a famous tourist attraction and has even been visited by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles.
The English Market , comprises Princes Street Market and Grand Parade Market, and is a municipal fo… [..]

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Beamish Brewery Full review
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A visit to the oldest brewery in Ireland: Beamish is still one of best selling spirit in Cork City brewed in Heinekens Lady's Well. Although this attraction has been closed and transferred to the Heineken factory, a visit there is equally fun for all fans of breweries and beers. Enjoyment and enlightenment ensured!
Beamish and Crawford was a brewery in Cork, Ireland, established in 1792 by William Beamish and Wil… [..]

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University College Full review
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A great campus with modern architecture and great sculptures: Founded by Queen Victoria, this University is the most reputable universities here. Apart from being a beautiful campus, this university houses lovely architecture and sculptures that make the stroll through the garden simply admirable. They also had a free exhibition of several stones that preserve Ogham scripture.
University College Cork – National University of Ireland, Cork is a constituent university of the… [..]

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Radio museum experience Full review
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An enjoyable tour that gives you an insight into the technological progress: This museum showcases a collection and technological advancement of the last 150 years. A collection of vintage radios and other noteworthy things. We took a guided tour around and thoroughly enjoyed every bit of it. It's a must visit for anyone who is exploring Howth and admires the history of sound and vision.
Cork City Gaol is a former prison, now a museum, located in Cork City, Ireland. [..]

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Crawford Art Gallery Full review
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Art Gallery and Museum: Dedicated to ancient and contemporary art, Crawford Art Gallery is a National Cultural Institution and regional art museum. Its collection comprises almost 4,000 historical and modern paintings, sculptures, and video installations. Located in the center of Cork city, this gallery is a significant part of Ireland's culture and attract around 200,000 visitors a year. Entry to the Gallery and exhib…
The Crawford Art Gallery is a public art gallery and museum in the city of Cork, Ireland. Known in… [..]

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Cork Public Museum Full review
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Historical Museum with a rare collection : Cork Public Museum is a tourist attraction that features some of the most significant archaeological artefacts discovered in the region. It enlightens visitors with the sheer majesty of the economic, cultural and municipal history of the Cork city and surrounding areas dating as far back as the Mesolithic period.
Cork Public Museum is a city museum in Cork, Ireland. Housed in a mid-19th century building within… [..]

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St. Anne's Church & Shandon Bells Tower Full review
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Fascinating!: Build in 1722, St. Anne's Church is one of the oldest churches in the city. It is regarded as the most significant ecclesiastical building within the city of Cork. The Tower is a fascinating landmark and is visible from many parts of the city. The ‘the four-faced liar’ clock is also a major attraction.
The Church of St Anne is a Church of Ireland church located in the Shandon district of Cork city in… [..]

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