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Travel Diary : Ireland - Day 9 (Ring Of Kerry, Killarney)

Travel Diary : Ireland - Day 9 (Ring Of Kerry, Killarney)

Brandon Mountain and the Dingle Peninsula from Clogher Head, County Kerry, Ireland -- IrishCentral.com

Brandon Mountain and the Dingle Peninsula from Clogher Head, County Kerry, Ireland

Free Attractions in Ireland

How to Enjoy Top Irish Attractions for Free

If you know the secrets, you can see a lot of Ireland's best attractions for free.

On the edge of the precipice of the Dun Aengus / Dun Aonghasa cliffs, on which was built a prehistoric monument - the Dun Aengus Fort - dating from the Iron Age. The sea is 100 metre down the cliff. Definitely a must-see for any trip in Ireland!

On the edge of the precipice of the Dun Aengus / Dun Aonghasa cliffs, on which was built a prehistoric monument - the Dun Aengus Fort - dating from the Iron Age. The sea is 100 metre down the cliff.

Rossbeigh to Inch - kilorgin, Kerry

This photo from Kerry, South is titled 'Rossbeigh to Inch'.

Castlegregory, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland

Castlegregory, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland

Image by William Murphy

Waterfall / Cascade at the Iveagh Gardens, Dublin, Ireland. Image by William Murphy

Monastic settlement, Skellig Michael, County Kerry, Ireland

Monastic settlement, Skellig Michael, County Kerry, Ireland - Photo by Ian Kennelly. ----- The scene where Rey finds Luke is filmed here.

Clifden Eco Beach Camping & Caravanning Park

Wild Atlantic Way Camping Clifden, Connemara. Enjoy the vast natural beauty, sandy beaches, breathtaking sunsets cosy campfires with Panoramic Atlantic Seascape Views of Connemara, Galway.

10 Reasons You Should Move to Ireland

10 Reasons You Should Move to Ireland

The incredible outdoor lifestyle, friendly people, the fascinating culture and history, what’s not to love about Ireland? Discover 10 reasons why you should be planning your move to Ireland right now.

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Sunrise at Sandy Bay, Castlegregory, Co Kerry. Ireland.

Sunrise at Sandy Bay, Castlegregory, Co Kerry.

Poulnabrone Dolmen, Ireland, by Stephen Emerson.

This dramatic site of the Poulnabrone Dolmen sits on the karstic limestone pavement of the Burren and is one of the most famous of Irish dolmens.