Village of Adare: With its woodland setting, beautiful stonework, picturesque thatched cottages and fine broad Main Street, Adare is a very special place. Historically, Adare belonged to the Kildare branch of the Fitzgerald’s or Geraldine’s and was later maintained and restored by the Dunraven family over the last two centuries. Spend time browsing through the antique and clothing boutiques and getting acquainted with the local people in one of the many restaurants and pubs.
One should truly experience the Irish people and learn what they have made an art form...conversation.
  Crag Caves
Crag Cave is located on the Abbeyfeale side of Castleisland. This exciting showcave with 4 km of surveyed caves of which 350 metres is open to the public. It is a colourful wonderland of stalagmites and stalactites. Over a million years old, it is formed in limestone and it is abundantly decorated with calcite forms, which are superbly lit with, synchronised sound system.

The centre has also got a gift shop & restaurant with home cooking. Open all year from To 6 p.m. Tel (061) 397130.Open daily from March to October from 10am to 6pm Tel. (066) 41244
Ballybunion with its extensive beach and spectacular scenery has all the attractions of an established seaside resort. Home to one of the world's finest golf courses with its magnificent clubhouse the town is also renowned for its world famous Seaweed Baths. Here there is something for everyone, golden sand on 2 spectacular Blue Flag beaches, cliff walks with superb scenery, ultra modern children's playground, indoor swimming pool & outdoor pursuits centre, Ballybunion Heritage Museum, amusement arcades, superb seafood restaurants & singing pubs & traditional music sessions.
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Tralee is accepted as being Ireland’s newest tourism destination and has seen some £55 million of tourism investment over the past several years. The town has developed a range of quality all weather visitor attractions unmatched anywhere in the country.

Siamsa Tíre Rose of Tralee Tralee Aquadome
Kerry County Museum Jeanie Johnston Brandon Conference Centre
Nestled in the northern half of the County of Kerry is located the lively market town of Listowel, situated on the banks of the River Feale. Described as the 'Literary Capital of Ireland', Listowel has produced an abundance of world famous writers including John B. Keane and Bryan MacMahon, giving it a uniqueness not to be found in any other part of Ireland. Listowel is home to Writers' Week, the annual Literary Festival held in June, the famous Listowel Horse-Racing Festival held in September and Listowel Food Fair held in November.
One of Ireland's newest Heritage Towns, Listowel is home to The Kerry Literary and Cultural Centre.
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