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Glenbeigh Festival Is Ready To Race

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Glenbeigh Village, Rosbeigh Beach, Co Kerry Glenbeigh Village and the nearby Rosbeigh Beach are easily accessible by car from Millstreet via Killarney and then Killorglin. Situated 10 km west of Killorglin, the village and beach are well worth setting a day aside to spend there, especially if the outdoor experience…

The Curious History Of The Rock Of Cashel

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Cashel, Rock of Cashel, County Tipperary. Travel from Millstreet in a northeast direction you will find Cashel and the Rock of Cashel in County Tipperary. Cashel owes its great popularity to the Rock of Cashel and for this reason has become a major draw for visitors for most of the…

May The Force Be With You In Skellig

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The Skellig Islands, Co Kerry A deviation well-worth making away from the Ring of Kerry to the West will take you to the spectacular Skellig Islands. Sitting in the Atlantic Ocean, almost eight miles off the western coast of Ireland in West Kerry, these 2 islands rise out of the…

Fall In Love With The Ring Of Kerry

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Ring of Kerry – County Kerry For visitors to County Kerry, the Iveragh Peninsula is usually synonymous with the Ring of Kerry. However, in truth, the Ring of Kerry is a two-lane strip of secondary road measuring 179km that is very popular with tour buses whereas the Iveragh Peninsula is…

Discover The Caves in Crag

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Crag Cave, Castleisland, Tralee, County Kerry Crag Cave is an all-weather visitor attraction located to the North of Killarney and 2km from the town of Castleisland. Crag Cave is named after the town of Crag and runs under the town of Castleisland itself. One of the largest cave systems in…

Stunning 13th Century Castle With A Dark Side

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Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, Co Clare You are never too far away from a castle in Ireland. Leaving County Cork and travelling north via Mallow, Charleville and Limerick into County Clare, Bunratty Castle stands peacefully alongside the River Ratty in the grounds of Bunratty Folk Park by the N18 Ennis/Limerick…

Who Else Wants To Enjoy The Dingle Peninsula

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Dingle Peninsula, Dingle Town, Fungi The Dolphin – County Kerry. Head west from Millstreet, out of County Cork and into County Kerry and you’ll find an area of Ireland that ranks as one of the world’s top destinations – the Dingle Peninsula. Accessed by car and bus, it will take…

The Untold Secrets To Blarney

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Blarney and Blarney Castle – County Cork Still within County Cork and easily reached within the hour from Millstreet via Macroom, the world landmark of Blarney Castle can be found just outside Cork City to the northwest. It is considered by many to be an intrinsic symbol of Ireland and…

Time To Tee It Up!

   Things to do   September 16, 2016  Comments Off on Time To Tee It Up!

Castlemartyr Golf Club is part of the 5 Star Castlemartyr Resort located in East Cork between the towns of Midleton and Youghal.  The golf course is a championship inland links course designed by Ron Kirby.  A 6,790 yd, Par 72 course that has been designed to be a challenging but…

Fota Wildlife Park

   Things to do   September 16, 2016  Comments Off on Fota Wildlife Park

This can be truly classed as a wild day out! Located only 15 minutes or 10km east from the centre of Cork City, you will find 70 acres of parkland to explore and over 90 species of endangered and exotic animals to spot either in enclosures or even loose and…