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Private Tour of Dingle Peninsula from Killarney
"The itinerary: Following a pick up from your accommodation we will start the tour to Dingle. On route we will visit Inch beach which affords breath taking views of the rugged Atlantic coast. A few kilometres from Inch is the town of Annascaul where famous Antarctic explorer and seaman Tom Crean was born. The trip will continue to Dingle town where shopping and a spot of lunch will be highly recommended and greatly welcomed. A visit to Tom Crean’s Brewery is possible as well. From Dingl the tour will include the following scenic areas of interest. Dunbeg Fort Dunbeg Fort is an Iron Age fortification and is regarded as one of the best preserved in Ireland. Nearby are the beehive huts which were thought to be a form of accommodation for medieval pilgrims. Gallarus Oratory Gallarus Oratory is an early medieval church built from stone without mortar and shaped like a boat. It is an architectural ecclesiastical gem. Kilmalkedar Today the Romanesque church of Kilmalkedar is in ruins
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Ring of Beara Day Tour from Killarney
"​Tour starts in Kenmare town County Kerry. The only town at Ring of Kerry and Ring of Beara. Heading south N71 towards Bonane village visiting little family run chocolate factory and Bonane Heritage Park. Driving through Caha Pass (rock tunnel) to Glenga home of many exotic trees and plants. Local people say that little derreenies are living there. From Lauragh village via R571 along the coast passing most colorful villages Ardgroom Eyeries and Allihies. Those villages seem to compit about amount of colors no more places like these. Pink red blue yellow houses in all shades. Then trip to Lambs Head via R572 and the top of Beara Peninsula to Cable Car station to Dursey Island. Next driving back along the coast on the southern side of Beara we reach Castletownbere town. Nice
From EUR56.00
 
Beara Peninsula and Mizen Head Private Tour from Cork
"Heading towards north Cork and not far from the town of Macroom we veer off the main road into the heart of the Lee Valley our first stop is Gougane Barra national park. Gougane Barra was Ireland’s first national park when it opened to the public in 1966. This contributes greatly to the reputation which Gougane Barra has as an area of wild and beautiful scenery. The magnific000 acres). The River Lee rises here in Gougane Barra and flows through beautiful scenery to reach Cork Harbour after a distance of approximately 50 kilometres. There is a tiny island in the lake at Gougane Barra connected to the shore by a causeway. It w patron saint of Cork founded his early Christian monastery. He later moved down the River Lee to establish a monastery at what is now St. Finbarr’s Cathedral in Cork City. There is a small church on the island in this beautiful and serene location away from the hustle & this has been a famous holiday destination since the 1700’s and boomed in the Victorian times as an important stop along the ‘Prince of Wales Route’. Today Glengarriff attracts visitors from all over the world. The population of Glengarriff is just 800 p invites you to sit back
From EUR390.00

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the Snug

bar /restaurant , small , done up in that wood style that was all the rage back in ther eightiesnow a bit naff to be honestWas excellent in the past , but not so great now,Owner grumpy , staff not...
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o Connor's

Have eaten lunch here several times and each time it gets better.It's popularity is evident from the number of people waiting for a table, on any typical summer day. probably a good idea to ring ahead...
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Cafe Organico

A great place to eat, lovely atmosphere, tasty cooking. In this place you can get a variety of fresh warm cooked lunches, also salads. You can get sanwiches made on spelt bread, also sweet foods. A...
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Holy Cross Church

This Catholic church is a real eye-catcher! This Gothic Revival style Roman Catholic church, dated 1863, is built to a beautiful design out of grey stone, complimented by cream trimmings. It even...
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Muckross Abbey

Muckross Abbey was formerly known as the Franciscan friary of Irrelagh. It was built in 1448 by Donald MacCarthy as a Franciscan Friary to cater for the Observantine Franciscans. The Abbey is in...
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Killarney National Park

Killarney National Park covers over 25,000 acres (10,000 hectares) of mountain, moorland, woodland, waterways, parks and gardens, providing a living space for the wild life and vegetations like...
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Torc Waterfall

Well worth the short walk from the carpark through the woods to view the waterfall. Plunging down from Torc mountain for over 18 metres the polished rocks are testament to the force of the water....
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Gap of Dunloe

We climb over the Gap for the last time and, despite Lorraine’s focus on moving on, I insist on taking a last picture or two because there’s fog in the valley floor and it looks magic. Over the crest...
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Ross Castle

On a suberb site overlooking the Lough Leane stands Ross Castle. Built in the 15th c by O'Donoghue Mor, it came into the hands of the Earls of Kenmare, the Browne family. Defended by high thick walls...
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