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County Kerry is renowned the world over for its beautiful scenery, including Irelands highest mountain Carrantuohill (1,040 metres 3,414 feet) the Lakes of Killarney, it beautiful sandy beaches, cliffs and rocky headlands. No trip to Kerry is complete without including the panoramic  Ring of Kerry drive on the Iveragh Peninsula. It stretches South West from Killarney for 65km  (40 miles) and takes you through the towns of Kenmare, Sneem, Waterville, Cahersiveen, Glenbeigh, and Killorglin. The Dingle Peninsula stretches Westward for 50 km (30 miles) from Tralee to Dunquin. the western end of the Peninsula has magnificent coastal scenery and is an Irish speaking district. Many famous festival are held in Kerry each year. Listowel has its Writers Week,  Tralee offers the famous Rose Festival, Killorglin the Puck Fair. Looking for Kerry Airport.

Lakes of Killarney

Ross Castle

Lakes of Killarney







Kerry Visitor Attractions

Kerry know for its mystical landscape, folklore and history enjoy a visit to Muckross House and Gardens and Ross Castle on in Killarney. Take the Ring of Kerry Tour and drive the Dingle Peninsula coast line. Tralee home to the Rose of Tralee festival and where you can also see the Blennerville Windmill. Caherciveen Heritage Centre  located in an old police Barricks is close to Caherciveen's beautiful marina, Caherciveen, is an area with many Neolithic-Bronze pieces of interest ranging from megalithic wedge type tombs and standing stones.


Kerry Festivals


Kerry is a great place for its many festivals, famous the world over for its Rose of Tralee Festival where girls compete from all over the world for this year long title. Kenmare is host to the renowned for its Puck Fair where the family has entertainment throughout the day and evening. Listowel is home to Listowel Races and also Listowel Writers Week. Dingle has its Regatta and its Dingle Food and Wine Festival and Glenbeigh its Festival and Races. Killarney has the International Rally of the Lakes

Kerry Hotel Special Offers

Search a range of  of Kerry Hotels for special hotels available from The Lake Hotel, The Brehon, The Killarney Plaza Hotel and Spa, The International Hotel Killarney, Holiday Inn Killarney, Randles Court Hotel, Europe Hotel and Resort, Kenmare Bay Hotel, etc. Whether you are staying in Dingle, Killarney Town Centre, Tralee, or Kenmare there is lots of good value accommodation to be enjoyed.



Skellig Experience
Skellig Experience, Co KerryDiscover the Skellig Experience a must see for visitors to County Kerry Ireland -, reserve your place for an audio-visual tour recreating the magic of the Skellig region, enjoy the history, bird-life, sea-life and the wonderful scenery
Muckross House
Muckross House & Gardens KerryMuckross House is a magnificent Victorian mansion and one of Ireland's leading stately homes. It is beautifully situated amidst the spectacular scenery of Killarney National Park. The elegantly furnished rooms portray the lifestyles of the landed gentry, while downstairs in the basement one can experience the working conditions of the servants employed in the house.
Puck Fair
Killorglin in the geographical heart of Kerry is the venue for one of Ireland's most unusual street festivals - Puck Fair.  The fair is one of Ireland's oldest and longest celebrated and is held without fail on 10th, 11th and 12th August every year with 12 hours of free family street entertainment.
Killarney National Park
is a unique and special place. It was Ireland's first National Park and came into being in 1932 when the Muckross Estate (the core of the present day National Park) was presented to the Nation by Senator Arthur Vincent and his parents-in-law Mr. and Mrs. William Bowers Bourn, in memory of his late wife Maud.

The Tralee Aqua Dome
Is Ireland's largest water world and is brimming with exciting features which capture the imagination of child and adult alike Located in thrilling surroundings, a world of enchantment awaits you under a canopy of glass where temperatures never fall below 29 degrees and the fun is always bubbling over.


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