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Brandon, Cé Bhréannain
Ireland
Cé Bhréannain or Bréanainn (anglicised as Brandon)[1] is a Gaeltacht village on the northern coast of the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland. It lies directly north of Dingle, at the foot of Mount Brandon and on the shores of Brandon Bay. The ancient Celtic Harvest Festival, a pre-Christian celebration, Féile Lughnasa that takes place annually in the village and surrounding area centered on the last Sunday of July. Over thirty species of fish have been recorded in the waters off the bay. While the open sea, with Mount Brandon as a backdrop has many inlets and coves waiting to be explored. Brandon Bay is one of the top windsurfing locations in Ireland. Host of three PWA professional wave sailing events in 2000, 2001 and 2002, it is home to several windsurfing schools catering to all levels from beginner to advanced. The Maharees, a sandy peninsula between Brandon Bay and Tralee Bay is where most windsurfing activity is based. Great locations include Sandy Bay for beginners, Scraggane Bay for intermediates on flat water and Brandon Bay itself for advanced wave sailing. Surfing is also growing quickly in the Maharees with wave conditions as big as anything in Ireland.
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