Fenit is a small village in County Kerry, Ireland, located on north side of Tralee Bay about 10 km west of Tralee town, just south of the Shannon Estuary. The bay is enclosed from the Atlantic by the Maharee spit which extends northwards from the Dingle peninsula. Fenit harbour is a mixed function sea port, where fishing, freight import and export, and a 136 berth marina are the main forms of business. The population was 435 in the 2006 CSO census while nearby Tralee and its suburbs have a population of 22,744. The harbour and marina cater to commercial traffic, fishing boats and leisure craft.
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Kilfenora, Fenit, Tralee, Co. Kerry
Easily spotted on the seaward side of the road from Tralee, the O'Sullivan family's large pub and restaurant has a great reputation, especially for seafood. Dine al fresco here in the Summer time enjoying the amazing views of Tralee Bay while watchin
Fenit, Co. Kerry
The West End has been run by five generations of the O' Keefe family in Fenit. Now helmed by award winning chef Bryan O' Keefe. Elected to the panel of Chef's of Ireland in 1994, Bryan has won medals at various competitions throughout his carrier and