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  • Roundstone and Twelve Bens

    The Twelve Bens or Twelve Pins as seen from Roundstone village. They are one of Connemara's and Ireland's most recognisable Mountain ranges.
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  • Salthill, Galway

    Salthill is a seaside area of Galway City. It is very popular with tourists and locals alike.
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  • Twelve Bens from Roundstone

    The Twelve Bens or Twelve Pins as seen from Roundstone village. They are one of Connemara's and Ireland's most recognisable Mountain ranges.
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  • Castlemaine Harbour

    Castlemaine Harbour is the estuary where the river Maine meets the sea. Located in the gorgeous West Kerry Coast, the sunset over the estuary is unmissable and unique.   
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  • O'Brien Tower - Cliffs of Moher

    The incredible O’Brien Tower perched on the Cliffs of Moher. The tower was built in 1835 and is an observation tower overlooking the cliffs.
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  • Kenmare Town

    Kenmare is located between the Ring of Kerry and the Ring of Beara peninsulas. The name Kenmare is the anglicised form of Ceann Mara, meaning "head of the sea", referring to...
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  • Lahinch Beach and Town

    Lahinch is often known as the surfer's paradise in the West of Ireland. It sits on the Wild Atlantic Way and just a few minutes away from the Cliffs of Moher. 
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  • Lahinch Beach Portrait

    Lahinch is often known as the surfer's paradise in the West of Ireland. It sits on the Wild Atlantic Way and just a few minutes away from the Cliffs of Moher.
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  • Kerry Cliffs at Dusk

    Kerry boasts some of Ireland's highest cliffs at 300m high with spectacular views of the Skelligs.
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  • Kerry Cliffs

    Kerry boasts some of Ireland's highest cliffs at 300m high with spectacular views of the Skelligs.
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  • Kerry Cliffs and Ocean

    Kerry boasts some of Ireland's highest cliffs at 300m high with spectacular views of the Skelligs.
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  • Kenmare Town

    Kenmare is located between the Ring of Kerry and the Ring of Beara peninsulas. The name Kenmare is the anglicised form of Ceann Mara, meaning "head of the sea", referring to...
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  • Kenmare Sunrise

    Kenmare is located between the Ring of Kerry and the Ring of Beara peninsulas. The name Kenmare is the anglicised form of Ceann Mara, meaning "head of the sea", referring to...
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  • Kenmare Bridge

    Kenmare is located between the Ring of Kerry and the Ring of Beara peninsulas. The name Kenmare is the anglicised form of Ceann Mara, meaning "head of the sea", referring to...
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  • Valentia Island

    Wide view of Valentia Island, the lighthouse, and peninsula in the background
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  • Inch Beach and Castlemaine

    Inch Beach is a magnificent golden strand backed by sand dunes. The beach is four miles long and offers some of the most beautiful views of Kerry's Dingle Peninsula. It is one of the...
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  • Valentia Island B&W

    Black and White image of Valentia Lighthouse, as the waves crash up against the rocks.
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  • Inch Beach with Campervans

    Inch Beach is a magnificent golden strand backed by sand dunes. The beach is four miles long and offers some of the most beautiful views of Kerry's Dingle Peninsula. It is one of the...
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  • Valentia Fields

    Green fields and blue skies! what more do you want. Shot taken from Valentia Island, County Kerry.
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  • Valentia Lighthouse Rocks

    Waves crash against the rocks at Valentia lighthouse.
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  • Inch Beach

    Inch Beach is a magnificent golden strand backed by sand dunes. The beach is four miles long and offers some of the most beautiful views of Kerry's Dingle Peninsula. It is one of...
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  • Valentia Lighthouse

    Straight down shot of Valentia's stunning lighthouse.
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  • Wine Strand Kerry

    Sunsets over Wine Strand, in County Kerry.
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  • Eyre Square and Galway Bay

    Looking out to Galway Bay from Eyre Square with Lough Atalia in between.
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  • Galway City and River Corrib

    The River Corrib winds its way though Galway city and out to the bay.
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  • Gurteen Bay

    Gurteen Bay which lies beside Dog's Bay in Connemara, County Galway on the Wild Atlantic Way.
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  • Roundstone, Co Galway

    Roundstone is a much loved seaside village in county Galway. A small harbour at the centre of the village is a great stop off when traveling around Connemara on the Wild Atlantic Way.
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  • Roundstone from Dog's Bay

    Looking back to Roundstone from Gurteen Bay on the Wild Atlantic Way, Connemara, Co Galway.
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  • The Burren Limestone

    The word “Burren” comes from an Irish word “Boíreann” meaning a rocky place. This is an extremely appropriate name when you consider the lack of soil cover and the extent...
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  • The Burren, Connemara

    The word “Burren” comes from an Irish word “Boíreann” meaning a rocky place. One of Ireland's most visited areas. 
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  • The Burren Texture

    The word “Burren” comes from an Irish word “Boíreann” meaning a rocky place. This is an extremely appropriate name when you consider the lack of soil cover and the extent...
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  • Burren Road

    A winding road cutting through the Burren, in Clare.
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  • Eyre Sq and Shop St

    Eyre Square leads to Galway's most famous street, Shop Street, and you'll never guess what is on this street... yep, lots of really cool looking businesses. Ah got ya! I bet you...
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  • Eyre Square

    Eyre Square is in the heart of Galway City. The city square was renamed John F. Kennedy Memorial Park in the 1960's but all the locals still call it Eyre Square.
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  • Dunquin Harbour at Sunset

    Dunquin Harbour is on the coast of West Kerry it is surrounded by stunning scenery. A narrow road winds its way down to the pier, where a ferry connection goes to The Blasket Islands.
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  • Dunquin Harbour From Above

    Dunquin Harbour is on the coast of West Kerry it is surrounded by stunning scenery. A narrow road winds its way down to the pier, where a ferry connection goes to The Blasket Islands. 
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  • Skellig Islands Sunset

    The Skellig Islands are two uninhabited, rocky islets off the southwestern coast of Kerry. Skellig Michael is known for its well-preserved early Christian monastery, and it's appearance on Star Wars! 
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  • Skellig Islands

    The Skellig Islands are two uninhabited, rocky islets off the southwestern coast of Kerry. Skellig Michael is known for its well-preserved early Christian monastery, and it's appearance on Star Wars! 
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  • Shop Street, Galway

    Galway's busiest and most happening street. Due to Covid-19 however it was a lot quieter this day.
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  • Digital Gift Cards

    Gift cards are one of the best presents somebody can receive. Our gift cards are currently only available digitally. Once your order has been placed, we will send you on...
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  • Cliffs of Moher and Sea Stack

    The iconic Cliffs of Moher in west Clare. Running for 14 kilometres, the views from the top are exceptional. One of Ireland's most visited and most famous tourist attractions.
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  • Blasket Islands B&W

    The Blasket Islands are the most westerly island group in Europe. A stunning archipelago of islands renowned for their magnificent beauty. 
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  • An Ghaeltacht GAA Club

    Ballinrannig Beach, which sits on the beautiful Dingle Peninsula on the West Coast of Kerry. An Ghaeltacht GAA Club in the foreground. One of Kerry's most successful GAA clubs, dating back...
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  • Ballinrannig Strand

    Ballinrannig Beach sits on the beautiful Dingle Peninsula on the West Coast of Kerry
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