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An Searrach
Ireland

An Searrach (the foal) is a sea stack formed by the wild Atlantic ocean waves. Located on the southern shores of the Dingle Peninsula near the village of Lispole. the area ia a favourite among sea anglers who to catch mackerel, pollock, sea bass and many more. Visit historic sites in the vicinity, Bull's Head, Minard Castle, Ringforts and the birthplace of Thomas Ashe in Kinard.

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Tags: seastack; dingle; angling; walking; lispole; kerry; ireland
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