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Annascaul is a small village on the coast of the Dingle Peninsula. Fishing and farming were the traditional sources of employment in the past. The town and surrounds are very picturesque and has featured in a couple of films.
The town is most famous as the birth place of the famous Arctic explorer Tom Crean. He served under Scott and Shackelton.
The traditional application of falconry has been to take a Bird of Prey, train it and then attempt to catch wild quarry with it. Although our guided walks with hawks experience, is not a hunting expedition, it is a leisurely stroll through the majestic settings of Killarney with falconer and hawk/or team of hawks and shows the ability of trained birds and their relationship with their human partners.
The Geopark Information Centre is located in South Square, Sneem, currently it contains two exhibitions:
In the Geopark Centre there are geological representations on display including Quartz, various types of Sandstone, Coral Sand,Turf, Pyrite and Valentia Slate.
Welcome aboard the “Star of Kenmare” Wildlife and scenic Cruise offering frequency, reliability and the best value in Kenmare Bay. The “Star of Kenmare” has 2 decks. The upper deck with canopy will either shield you from the fantastic sunshine that we have been known to experience on the odd occasion or for the majority of the time it may be required for those infrequent rain showers. The lower deck consists of an enclosed saloon with plenty seating as well as a mini bar.