Attractions in County Kerry

Beara Way
A long-distance walking route around the spectacular Beara peninsula. Some of the most breathtaking scenery in the whole of the country.

Blasket Centre
This centre on the tip of the Dingle Peninsula celebrates the Irish language and the people who once inhabited the Blasket Islands.

Carrauntoohil, MacGillycuddy's Reeks, County Kerry
If it’s spectacular views you’re after, then the highest mountain in Ireland gives walkers a great opportunity to see the sweeping grandeur of the spectacular scenery in Cork and Kerry.

Dingle Marine Eco Tours, The Pier, Dingle
A two-hour tour of the Dingle Peninsula incorporating archaeology, geology, history, birdlife, wildlife and local folklore.

Gap of Dunloe, Killarney National Park, County Kerry
The wild and rugged Gap of Dunloe was formed by ice flows during the last ice age. It’s a great place to explore both on foot or on the back of a hardy pony.

Killarney National Park, County Kerry
The natural attractions at this spectacular national park are second to none. Winding country roads traverse rocky mountains, sheep graze the craggy hills and the three stunning lakes of Killarney dot the dramatic landscape.

Ross Castle
A perfect example of a 15th-century chieftain’s stronghold. The castle sits on the shores of Lough Leanne and was one of the last in the country to hold out against Cromwell.

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