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Ballinskelligs Beach (Ballinskelligs)
Ranked #31 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
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Geokaun Mountain and Cliffs (Valentia Island)
Ranked #32 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Hiking Trails; Outdoors

Walk or drive to the top of Geokaun Mountain on Valentia Island, it is one of the Ring of Kerry's highest points. Located in Valentia Island, one of the most westerly parts of... more »

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Ranked #33 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Dinner Theaters; Cultural
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Ranked #34 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Farms; Other

From Glengarriff it is not very far to Molly's cottage, to get to Molly's you go over the beautiful Cahapas. The Cahapas is an experience not to forget and worth stopping there to... more »

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$993* and up
Ranked #35 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Castles; Historic Sites; Historic Walking Areas; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Cultural
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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Ranked #36 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Educational Sites; Cultural
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Muckross Abbey (Killarney)
Ranked #37 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #38 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #39 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Cultural
This imposing Catholic church is the city's best known architectural landmark.
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Old Kenmare Road (Killarney)
Ranked #40 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Trails; Outdoors
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Ranked #41 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Ancient Ruins; History Museums; Other
Owner description: Lough Gur Heritage Centre is a community run tourist attraction telling the story of 6,000 years of habitation in the Lough... more » Owner description: Lough Gur Heritage Centre is a community run tourist attraction telling the story of 6,000 years of habitation in the Lough Gur area. From Neolithic house sites to medieval castles Lough Gur has monuments from every era and the heritage centre ensures that visitors get the history/folklore and archaeology of the area from trained guides.The Centre also houses a retail space where take away tea/coffee, minerals, ice-cream and chocolate are available for purchase as are books and merchandise of the area.Summer opening hours are 10 to 5pm Monday to Friday and 12 to 6pm Saturday and Sunday from March to October and every Sunday during winter hours.The centre is staffed by volunteers and all monies raised goes back into community initiatives at Lough Gur. « less
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Lough Hyne (Skibbereen)
Ranked #42 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Bodies of Water; Outdoors
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Bishop's Palace (Waterford)
Ranked #43 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites; History Museums; Cultural
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Inch Beach (Inch)
Ranked #44 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Beaches
Category: Beaches; Outdoors
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Ranked #45 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Outdoors
Owner description: Fota Wildlife Park is Cork's most visited Tourist Attraction and has been awarded best family day out in Cork and Munster.... more » Owner description: Fota Wildlife Park is Cork's most visited Tourist Attraction and has been awarded best family day out in Cork and Munster. The Park is set on 70 acres on the scenic Fota Island in the heart of Cork Harbour only 15 minutes from Cork City (top 10 in the best cities to visit in the Lonely Planet guide's 'Best in Travel 2010').The park is not like an ordinary zoo; here you can come face to face with free roaming animals & birds from all parts of the world. So whether it's a kangaroo that hops in front of you or a ring tailed lemur which jumps down from a tree, each visit is sure to bring its own fantastic memories.In addition to the wonderful array of free roaming animals, visitors also have the opportunity to see highly endangered species such as the Rothschild giraffe, European Bison, Lion Tailed Macaque and Scimitar Horned Oryx, most of them without the obstacle of fenced-in exhibits.This is the most spectacular aspect of Fota Wildlife Park, and is the reason you'll want to spend a full day exploring Ireland's Wildest Attraction. « less
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Ranked #46 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
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Ranked #47 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums

The Foynes Flying Boat Museum chronicles that brief but romantic era when the famous Pan Am Clippers used Foynes as their gateway to Europe and back to the US.  The museum is... more »

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Ladies' View (Killarney)
Ranked #48 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Innisfallen Island (Killarney)
Ranked #49 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Historic Sites; Islands; Outdoors
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Ranked #50 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Performances; Theaters & Stadiums
Owner description: Founded in 1974, then relocated to its new home in Tralee Town Park in 1991, Siamsa Tire 'Celebrates the Irish Culture... more » Owner description: Founded in 1974, then relocated to its new home in Tralee Town Park in 1991, Siamsa Tire 'Celebrates the Irish Culture through the Arts and is Home to the National Folk Theatre'. The venue provides a varied and rich arts programme year-round and between May to September hosts National Folk Theatre Productions and an Irish Folk Festival. « less
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The Kerry Way (Killarney)
Ranked #51 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Trails; Outdoors
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Ranked #52 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas; Outdoors

Actually in the  famous east Cork fishing village of  Ballycotton is a very scenic spot known as the Ballycotton Cliff walk.  This is not a well known area to Irish locals never... more »

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Lahinch Beach (Lahinch)
Ranked #53 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Beaches
Category: Beaches; Outdoors
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Waterford Crystal (Waterford)
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$560* and up
Ranked #54 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers; Other
Owner description: Originally founded by George and William Penrose in 1783, Waterford crystal is world-renowned for quality and beauty. Have... more » Owner description: Originally founded by George and William Penrose in 1783, Waterford crystal is world-renowned for quality and beauty. Have you seen someone blow molten crystal into a vase? Check out the factory tour. Visitors are guided through the factory to see experienced craftsmen at work, creating new crystal pieces. The factory is open to tours, contact the company for details. « less
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Banna Strand (Tralee)
Ranked #55 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Beaches
Category: Beaches; Outdoors
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Ranked #56 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields; Theaters & Stadiums
Owner description: Find out all about the hallowed turf which has seen so many Munster Rugby victories!! Visit Thomond Park for a full Museum... more » Owner description: Find out all about the hallowed turf which has seen so many Munster Rugby victories!! Visit Thomond Park for a full Museum and Stadium tour. Family and Group rates apply. Stand Up And Fight « less
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Ranked #57 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Gardens; Outdoors
Owner description: Kells Bay House & Gardens is Ireland's premier sub tropical botanical gardens situated overlooking Dingle Bay on the Ring of... more » Owner description: Kells Bay House & Gardens is Ireland's premier sub tropical botanical gardens situated overlooking Dingle Bay on the Ring of Kerry. The Victorian gardens are on over 40 acres. The gardens include a Walled Garden, Primeval Forest, Bamboo Glade, River Walk, Dinosaur Walk amongst over 3km of walks. There is 4 star B&B and self catering accommodation available in the house. « less
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Hore Abbey (Cashel)
Ranked #58 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Ancient Ruins; Cultural
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Ring of Kerry (County Kerry)
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$993* and up
Ranked #59 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Scenic Drives; Scenic/ Historic Walking Areas; Landmarks
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Ranked #60 of 656 attractions in Province of Munster
Category: Educational Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Cultural
Owner description: University College Cork is one of Ireland’s most prestigious universities. It boasts a vibrant, modern campus with a... more » Owner description: University College Cork is one of Ireland’s most prestigious universities. It boasts a vibrant, modern campus with a student experience second to none in Ireland. A learning community where the student is at the heart of everything and the special relationship between student and lecturer is primary to our unique ethos. The campus is located a mere ten minutes walk from the heart of Cork city, a former European Capital of Culture. Cork is listed as a top ten location in the Lonely Planet guide which states it “has always had an unshakeable self-confidence and innate sense of pride”, a description which is equally applicable to the University itself « less
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