Sights & Attractions in The Southwest

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Name Category Location
 
Aghadoe Heights
Here's an outstanding place to get a feel for what Killarney is...
Archaeological Sites Killarney
 
Cruises Street
An inviting pedestrian thoroughfare, Cruises Street has chic...
Neighborhoods / Streets Limerick City
 
Gap of Dunloe
Massive, glacial rocks form the side of the Gap of Dunloe, a...
Scenic Drives Killarney
 
Hunt Museum
In the Old Customs House on the banks of the Shannon in the city...
Museums / Galleries Limerick City
 
Innisfallen Island
The romantic ruins on Innisfallen Island date from the 6th or...
Islands Killarney
 
Killarney National Park
Killarney National Park consists of the three Lakes of Killarney...
Parks Killarney
 
King John's Castle
First built by the Normans in the early 1200s, King John's Castle...
Castles / Palaces Limerick City
 
Ladies' View
If the weather is fine, head southwest 19 km (12 miles) out of...
Viewpoints Killarney
 
Muckross Friary
The 15th-century Franciscan Muckross Friary is amazingly complete...
Archaeological Sites Killarney
 
Muckross House
Hero of a 1,001 travel posters, the ivy-covered 19th-century...
Houses / Mansions Killarney
 
O'Connell Street
On O'Connell Street you can find the main shopping area, which...
Neighborhoods / Streets Limerick City
 
Ross Castle
A fully restored 14th-century stronghold, Ross Castle was the...
Castles / Palaces Killarney
 
St. Mary's Cathedral
Limerick is a predominantly Catholic city, but the Protestant...
Religious Sites Limerick City
 
Torc Waterfall
You reach this roaring cascade by a footpath that begins in the...
Bodies of Water Killarney
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