Kerry

The Kingdom of Kerry, with its capital, Tralee, where the world-famous Rose of Tralee Festival takes place every August is a wonderful place to visit so why not rent a Kerry holiday cottage. There are the Tralee Races, and, to satisfy your cultural side, visit the National Folk Theatre - Siamsa Tire - and listen to traditional performances of music, song and dance. Gaelic is still a living community language on the Dingle and Inveragh Peninsula . There are pre-Christian and early Christian remains in Dingle. Even more ancient history is found on the Ogham Stones with carved ancient writing; a preserved megalithic grave, standing stones' and. there's a restored medieval bridge.

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Fishing villages where you will find that the pubs are also the Post Office and the village shop. So many castles to visit and view, so many bird cololnies to watch, so much opportunity for cycling, walking the beaches on the AtlanticOcean, and the inevitable riding and golf . There's also a Dingle Heritage Exhibition, open all the year round, with displays of local archeology, history and literature.RING OF KERRY on the Inveragh Peninsula, which is all of 110 miles of spectacular scenery of ocean and mountains, villages and small typical Irish towns - Kinmare, Sneem, Waterville, Caherciveen and Kilorglin. There are championship golf courses, and deep-sea and shoreline fishing. The area is a walkers' paradise. Indulge in horse-riding, cycling and shooting; listen to traditional music in the pubs, and visit the Skellig Heritage Centre on Valentine Island to watch the seabird colonies.The Kenmare Heritage Centre tells the story of the Marquess of Lansdowne setting out and landscaping this seaside town in the late 18th century.