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|As this is a Gaeltacht village, the Irish Lios Póil is the only official name.|
Lios Póil (anglicized Lispole) is a Gaeltacht village in County Kerry, Ireland. It is on the Dingle Peninsula, 5 miles east of the town of Dingle and 25 miles west of Tralee on the N86 National Secondary Route.
Bus Éireann services between Tralee and Dingle on the 275 route serve Lispole.
The Tralee and Dingle narrow gauge railway ran through Lispole, and a viaduct on the line still stands near the village. Lispole railway station opened on 1 April 1891, shut for passenger traffic on 17 April 1939, shut for goods traffic on 10 March 1947 and shut altogether on 1 July 1953.
- Lispole is the birthplace of Joe Higgins, Socialist Party TD for Dublin West and former MEP for the Dublin constituency.
- Kinard, Lispole is the birthplace of Irish Republican revolutionary Thomas Ashe (Irish: Tomás Ághas).
- Lispole is the birthplace of Paudie Fitzgerald, cyclist and businessman. Won the Rás Tailteann in 1956 and represented Ireland in the Melbourne Olympics the same year
- Kerry County Council Lispole Plan
- Statement of James Fitzgerald, OC Lispole Company, Irish Volunteers, 1913-1921, Bureau of Military History.