County Kerry

The small villages, mountainous landscape and dramatic seacoast of County Kerry fits the bill of what tourists expect and hope to see in Ireland. Known as "The Kingdom", breathtaking scenery has attracted people to this county since Victorian times. The Kerry landscape owe its rugged beauty to 460 million years of geological activity.

But scenery is by no means Kerry's only attraction; there are many excellent angling rivers, lakes and sea, climbing to suit all levels of experience including Ireland's highest mountain, stretches of golden sandy beaches, world renowned golf courses and a wealth of ancient traditions.

Some of the visitor attractions around County Kerry

Skellig Michael  -  Portmagee

Ballykissane Pier  -  Killorglin

North Kerry Way  -  Tralee

Celtic and Prehistoric Museum  -  Ventry

A selection of festivals occurring in County Kerry

August   Cahirciveen Celtic Music Festival  -  Cahirciveen

August   Dingle Regatta  -  Dingle

August   Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival  -  Waterville

June   Kerry Festival of Music  -  Kenmare

Selection From Accommodation Listings

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Kellihers B&B, Castlegregory

Kellihers B&B is situated in Castlegregory Village on the Dingle Peninsula, a perfect location in a peaceful setting on the Dingle Way Walking Route.All bedrooms are en suite with television and tea making facilities ...

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An Tigh Beag , Castlegregory

The property is located in Glanteenassig valley beside the well known forest park. It is 3km from Aughacasla village and 6km from Castlegregory village.An Tigh Beag has 2 bedrooms and can accommodate 6 people

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Carriglea House, Killarney

Carriglea House is 3km from the centre of Killarney town, peacefully located in thirty acres of private grounds adjacent to the 10,000 acre Killarney National Park.An enchanting 19th century Victorian residence overlooking the Killarney Lakes


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