SLEA HEAD, DINGLE, CO. KERRYAt Slea Head the visitor riches one of the cornerstones of the Dingle Peninsula. Off the shore are the group of seven islands and numerous rocks known as the Blaskets. The Great Blasket is the largest and the old village settlement was at the northeast end of the island. The inhabitants were moved to the mainland in 1953. Many of the islanders were adept at recounting folk-tales, and Blasket islanders have produced such well-known books as 'Twenty Years Agrowing' (M. O'Sullivan) and 'The Islander' (T. Ó Crohan).
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