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This Kerry pub has some of the most spectacular views of the Atlantic on a sunny day

Some spot.

IT’S WHEN THE weather is fine that Ireland’s beer gardens come into their own.

And not many can rival Jack’s bar and restaurant in the fishing village of Cromane.

Where on a sunny day you can look out across the water to the Dingle peninsula and take it all in

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And it’s a picturesque part of the world

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Jack’s has its hardcore collection of fans

#scenic #beautifulview #sky#ultimatevegas #jackscromane

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And people who just stumble across it when driving the ring of Kerry

It’s a bit of a hidden gem in fact

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So much so that:

Lonely Planet named Jack’s as one of Europe’s best secret spots and said that it “is a local secret and justifies the trip”

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Which is a fair assessment

Given the absolutely stunning views on offer

So peaceful . . #JacksCromane #RingOfKerry #WildAtlanticWay #LoveCromane #Summer www.jackscromane.com

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And the grub has a reputation too

But, really. A sunny day anywhere in Kerry and a trip to see this with a pint would appear to be worth the travel

Red Sky at Night. . . Looks like a great omen for St Patrick's Day weather tomorrow 🐍🍀🌞 #PaddysDay2016 #JacksCromane

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Spectacular.

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