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Dublin is the number one tourist destination in the Republic of Ireland, according to a recent survey.

Fáilte Ireland's Survey of Overseas Travellers has revealed which counties get the most tourists and which earn the most revenue from overseas visitors. Counties Cork, Galway and Kerry, followed Dublin on the list. These counties each attracted more than 1 million tourists in 2015.

Galway Bay.

Galway Bay.

The lowest ranking counties were Offally, Roscommon and Longford.

The figures are based on rolling, three-year averages, reports the Irish Independent.

Cork City. Credit: iStock

Cork City. Credit: iStock

Here is the full list of the counties and the visitors they received in 2015.

1. Dublin: 4,938,000
2. Cork: 1,449,000
3. Galway: 1,354,000
4. Kerry: 1,026,000
5. Clare: 597,000
6. Limerick: 537,000
7. Mayo: 302,000
8. Donegal: 289,000
9. Kilkenny: 267,000
10. Waterford: 263,000
11. Wicklow: 248,000
12. Wexford: 221,000
13. Kildare: 214,000
14. Sligo: 186,000
15. Tipperary: 180,000
16. Cavan: 144,000
17. Meath: 134,000
18. Louth: 125,000
19. Westmeath: 116,000
20. Monaghan: 65,000
21. Carlow: 62,000
22. Laois & Leitrim: 57,000 each
23. Offally & Roscommon: 50,000 each
24. Longford: 30,000

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Valentia Island, Co Kerry. Credit: Tourism Ireland

Valentia Island, Co Kerry. Credit: Tourism Ireland

Overseas tourist revenue earned by county (the figures do not take domestic tourism into account):

1. Dublin: €1,726m
2. Cork: €558m
3. Galway: €475m
4. Kerry: €234m
5. Limerick: €212m
6. Clare: €127m
7. Kildare: €89m
8. Donegal: €83m
9. Wicklow: €82m
10. Mayo: €80m
11. Waterford: €75m
12. Tipperary: €66m
13. Wexford: €65m
14. Sligo: €51m
15. Cavan: €50m
16. Kilkenny: €45m
17. Meath: €44m
18. Louth & Westmeath: €36m each
19. Carlow: €32m
20. Monaghan: €25m
21. Roscommon: €20m
22. Laois: €18m
23. Leitrim: €15m
24. Offaly: €14m
25. Longford: €8m

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