The Dingle Peninsula has a strong tradition of Gaelic football. The little parish of Camp lies west of Tralee under the shadows of the Slieve Mist Mountains, at the entrance of the Dingle Peninsula. The peninsula has been the producer of many Gaelic football greats over the years.
The Murphys, Doyles, Farrells, O’Driscolls of Camp,
Paddy Kennedy of Annascaul.
The Caseys of Lispole.
Paddy ‘Bawn’ Brosnan, Bill Casey, Tom Long, Jim Brosnan, Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh (legendary GAA commentator) and the Geaney’s of Dingle
The Macgearailts, O’Sé’s and Dara O Cinneide of An Gaeltacht
Today Paidi O Se’s pub situated in the heart of one of Irelands only Gaelic speaking areas is a true icon of what Ireland and the GAA is all about. The pub is known worldwide not only from the sporting community but also famous political figures, movie stars and other celebrities that have been to visit the pub. The sense of peace, tradition and culture is present in the pub. It is an important place for GAA enthusiasts to visit to illustrate the importance of the GAA and community in one’s life.