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Glanteenassig
Ireland

Glanteenassig is located 24km west of Tralee off the N86 at the village of Aughacasla, County Kerry, Ireland. it is a 450 hectare area of woodland, mountain, lake and peatland. ideal for fishing, walking, and family day out.

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Tags: glanteenassig; camp; dingle; kerry; ireland
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