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Perched on the eastern side of the peninsula is Hook Head Lighthouse, the oldest working lighthouse in the world.

Histories of the castle recount a 6th-century monk keeping a beacon lit on the site to warn sailors of possible shipwreck.

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And yes, with the car parked up for the night, you can now enjoy that well-earned nightcap.

Leaving Kilmore Quay, head east past the ruins of 13th-century Tintern Abbey towards the Hook Peninsula.

The highest speed out of all the tests was 989.15Mbps, which was recorded in Ballon in Carlow.

This clearly demonstrates the progress that has been made so far in terms of quality broadband access, and the potential impact once the National Broadband Plan is rolled-out.

The speed test data collected by Switcher.ie, the independent price comparison website and switching service, is based on almost 27,000 consumer speed tests run by broadband users between 1 August 2015 and 31 July 2016.

In terms of county-by-county results, unsurprisingly Dublin has the highest average speed, followed by Waterford, Kildare, Meath and Westmeath.

The data suggests that as few as a quarter of households could be receiving speeds of 30Mbps or more, the minimum target set out in the National Broadband Plan: While there are some exceptions with much higher speeds, in County Wexford, we receive an average 14.20Mbps, less than half the minimum target, but compared to somewhere like Legan in Longford, with an average download speed of 1.98Mbps, we're flying it, with Wexford town achieving 16.2Mbps.

By comparison with its country cousins, the fastest area is Drimnagh in Dublin, with an average of 72.15Mbps.

The National Broadband Plan sets out that, at a minimum, broadband with speeds of 30Mbps should be available to all.

However, it's not all bad news, as there were 'lightning' speeds recorded, too.

Welcome to The Irish National Heritage Park, and the land that time forgot.

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