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Things to do in Province of Munster

 

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Mountain View Horse Riding Centre (Lisdoonvarna)
Ranked #1 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Horseback Riding Stables
Owner description: Located just outside Doolin village, traditional music capital of Ireland. Enjoy fantastic views of the magestic Cliffs of... more » Owner description: Located just outside Doolin village, traditional music capital of Ireland. Enjoy fantastic views of the magestic Cliffs of Moher, Aran Islands, Burren and Galway Bay on horseback. Caters for everyone from beginner to advanced rider and boasts some of the best scenery in Ireland. « less
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Ranked #2 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: National Parks

There are loads of glorious areas to explore within the park: From Ross Castle one can take a boat (go with a local boatman for an informative, hisotrical and humerous adventure... more »

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Slea Head Drive (Dingle Peninsula)
Ranked #3 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Scenic Drives
Scenic drive from Dingle Town to the Dingle Peninsula and back.
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Skellig Michael (County Kerry)
Ranked #4 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Islands; Historic Sites
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Ranked #5 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: DYNAMIC FLYING DISPLAYS where the visitor can interact and get up close and personal to the birds as they fly overhead and... more » Owner description: DYNAMIC FLYING DISPLAYS where the visitor can interact and get up close and personal to the birds as they fly overhead and through the audience. A HOME to Eagles, Falcons, Hawks, and Owls from all over the world.EDUCATION into the amazing world of Raptors, their biology, conservation and the ancient art of Falconry.HAWK WALKS which are a once in a life time opportunity to interact with some of nature's top predators. Guided and instructed by experienced Falconers, this hour long 'Walk with a Hawk' through hazel woodland and across Burren limestone pavement is tailor made for anybody seeking a totally unique experience. « less
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Ranked #6 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Performances
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The Dingle Peninsula (County Kerry)
Ranked #7 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Cliffs of Moher (County Clare)
Ranked #8 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Geologic Formations; Lookouts; Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Trails

Soaring over 700 feet above a wild 5-mile stretch of County Clare between Liscannor and north of Doolin where the Irish coastline meets the Atlantic, the Cliffs of Moher are one... more »

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Ranked #9 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Concerts
Owner description: Celtic Steps The Show runs from March to October 2014 featuring Ireland's top entertainers. It will take you through the... more » Owner description: Celtic Steps The Show runs from March to October 2014 featuring Ireland's top entertainers. It will take you through the history of Irish Dancing down through the centuries. « less
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Ranked #10 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Concerts
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Gap of Dunloe (Killarney)
Ranked #11 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Valleys
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Inchydoney Beach (Clonakilty)
Ranked #12 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
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Category: Beaches
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Ranked #13 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Historic Sites; Islands
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Muckross Abbey (Killarney)
Ranked #14 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Historic Sites; Religious Sites
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Ranked #15 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Travelers' Choice® 2013 Winner Attractions
Category: Bodies of Water; Parks
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Derrynane Beach (Caherdaniel)
Ranked #16 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Travelers' Choice® 2014 Winner Beaches
Category: Beaches
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Carrantoohil (Killarney)
Ranked #17 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Mountains
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Ranked #18 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Museums
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Healy Pass (Crookhaven)
Ranked #19 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Geologic Formations
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Ranked #20 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Golf Courses

Name of Club Old Head Golf Links Address: Kinsale Co. Cork Republic of Ireland Telephone: 00353 (0)21 477 8444 Fax: 00353 (0)21 477 8022 Website: www.oldhead.com Email... more »

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Ranked #21 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Horseback Riding Stables
Owner description: Welcome to Dingle Horse Riding. Set on the dramatic and beautiful west coast of Ireland, we specialise in two hour to week... more » Owner description: Welcome to Dingle Horse Riding. Set on the dramatic and beautiful west coast of Ireland, we specialise in two hour to week long riding holidays for experienced riders, taking in all the beauty and exhiliration of the mountains and beaches the Dingle Peninsula has to offer. We also offer one hour mountain rides for novice/beginner riders.Our horses are mostly Irish sporthorses, with some draught, cob and appaloosa, ranging from 14hh to 17hh. We pride ourselves in having happy, well-cared for and well turned out horses, friendly knowledgeable guides and great routes designed for both fantastic riding and views. Beginner/novice riders can only be taken on the 1 hour mountain ride. Only riders intermediate/advanced experienced in the English style of riding, able to post/rising trot and ride two point/forward seat in canter can be taken to the beaches. Riders will be assessed in the arena before leaving the yard, and during the one hour ride. In the interests of safety, and at the discretion of the guide, riders judged to be beginner/novice or inexperienced in an English style of riding will not be taken to the beach. « less
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Torc Mountain Walk (Killarney)
Ranked #22 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Hiking Trails
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Ranked #23 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Travelers' Choice® 2013 Winner Attractions
Category: Museums
Owner description: A museum dedicated to preserving and promoting the history of County Waterford. Completely renovated in 2009, admission is... more » Owner description: A museum dedicated to preserving and promoting the history of County Waterford. Completely renovated in 2009, admission is free of charge. The museum is open Monday to Friday during the Winter and early Spring. It also opens on Saturday afternoons during the Summer and Autumn months. The museum is a non profit, registered charity, community run organisation that has won several national and international awards for it's work preserving the localities history. « less
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Cahir Castle (County Tipperary)
Ranked #24 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Castles

Cahir Castle is great fun and inexpensive (from Euro 2.00SS - 8-00 family).  There isn't a lot of information on the castle but there are optional tours and an AV presentation for... more »

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Killarney Falconry (Killarney)
Ranked #25 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Other
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Ranked #26 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Historic Sites; Gardens; History Museums
A beautiful 19th-century mansion with a spectacular view of the Irish countryside.
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Ranked #27 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas
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Ranked #28 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Travelers' Choice® 2013 Winner Attractions
Category: Castles; Historic Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Historic Walking Areas
Owner description: Situated 8km from Cork City, this historic castle is most famous for its stone, which has the traditional power of conferring... more » Owner description: Situated 8km from Cork City, this historic castle is most famous for its stone, which has the traditional power of conferring eloquence on all who kiss it. The word Blarney was introduced into the English language by Queen Elizabeth I and is described as pleasant talk, intended to deceive without offedning. The stone is set in the wall below the battlements, and to kiss it one has to lean backwards (grasping an iron railing) from the parapet walk. « less
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Old Kenmare Road (Killarney)
Ranked #29 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Trails
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Ranked #30 of 751 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Water sports
Owner description: Ballyhass Lakes is Ireland’s best known still spring water trout fishery, with 11 four star holiday homes and an activity... more » Owner description: Ballyhass Lakes is Ireland’s best known still spring water trout fishery, with 11 four star holiday homes and an activity centre for groups and schools, sports clubs and teams, and corporate team building.Activity Centre:The activity centre at Ballyhass makes full use of the natural environs with kayaking, raft building and trout fishing on the spring clean water, rock climbing and abseiling on the limestone rock faces, and specially constructed low ropes courses, archery and team building games on the lawns. Our resident instructors plan the activities to suit each group be they family outings, school groups, or corporate team building.Fishing Centre:The fishery has two separate lakes. The main lake is 12 acres of spring water some 35 feet deep and is reserved for fly fishing only. It can be fished by boat or from prepared fishing stands on the bank. On lower lake, worm spinning and bubble and fly methods are permitted and extensive safe fishing stands surround the lake. The fishing lodge has an extensive tackle shop for fly and bait, and rod hire. The fishery is open 09.00 to dusk 364 day per year. Tuition on fly fishing is available.Holiday Accommodation:There are 11 Holiday homes on the 36 acres site at Ballyhass. The houses have either 3 or four bedrooms and are exceptionally well appointed with wooden floors throughout and natural fireplaces and natural wood furniture. All houses have a decking area leading on to landscaped lawns. They are available for rent for periods of 2 days or more. « less
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