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An Stricín

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An Stricín is a mountain peak overlooking the parish of Lispole in County Kerry Lispole is a scattered community, bounded on the north by the mountain and on the south by cliffs and inlets of Dingle Bay. Historically the area consists of two parishes, Kinard and Minard At Kilmurry Bay in Minard are the remains of Minard Castle towering over a dramatic storm beach of large rounded boulders. Nearby are the holy well of St.John, still visited on the saint's pattern day At Kinard is the small beach of Béal, overlooked by the seastack known as An Searrach . The beach is much used by sea anglers. Lispole village, with its church and shops grew up around the bridge over the Owenalondrig River in the nineteenth century. To the north of the main road can be seen Lispole Viaduct, an impressive relic of the Tralee and Dingle Railway. The Dingle Way long distance footpath runs through the area, passing Minard Castle, and Lispole village before joining a mountain track that leads to the old Conor Pass road and into Dingle.

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A: Lispole Viaduct

von Gearoid Casey, 2.9 entfernt

LISPOLE VIADUCT, CO.KERRY Lispole Viaduct on the former Tralee & Dingle Railway. The viaduct is i...

Lispole Viaduct

B: Lispole Viaduct 2

von Gearoid Casey, 2.9 entfernt

Lispole Viaduct 2

C: An Searrach

von Gearoid Casey, 6.3 entfernt

An Searrach (the foal) is a sea stack formed by the wild Atlantic ocean waves. Located on the souther...

An Searrach

D: Minard Castle

von Gearoid Casey, 6.5 entfernt

Minard Castle is situated on a piece of land stretching out into the sea in the parish of Minard, nea...

Minard Castle

F: Thíos staighre

von Gearoid Casey, 6.6 entfernt

Tá píosaí ealaíne a chruthaigh Bob Ó Cathail, Andrew Duggan, Claire O Halloran, Róisín de Buitléar, M...

Thíos staighre

G: Thuas Staighre

von Gearoid Casey, 6.6 entfernt

Tá píosaí ealaíne a chruthaigh Róisín de Buitléar, Maree Hennessy, John Holstead, Meshu Mokitimi ar t...

Thuas Staighre

H: Seomra Ealaíne

von Gearoid Casey, 6.6 entfernt

Is féidir Ealaín a roghnú mar ábhar ó Bliain 1 go Bliain 6. 

Seomra Ealaíne

I: Bull's Head

von Gearoid Casey, 6.6 entfernt

Bull’s Head Extract from The Dingle Peninsula by Steve MacDonagh. About three-quarters of a mile from...

Bull's Head

J: Seomra Adhmadóireachta

von Gearoid Casey, 6.6 entfernt

Is féidir adhmadóireacht a roghnú mar ábhar i mbliain a haon i bPobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne.

Seomra Adhmadóireachta

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