Killarney National Park

4.4 km, n/a

Killarney National Park is a unique and special place to visit. . The Park covers 25,000 acres of forest, lake and parkland and offers our visitors fishing, cycle tracks and walking routes while all the time surrounding them with magnificent scenery. Children will love this area, taking the jaunting horse and cart, visiting traditional farms, and exploring the local caves.

  • Torc Waterfall
  • Ross Castle
  • Gap of Dunloe
  • Moll's Gap
  • Ladies View
  • Muckross Traditional Farm

The Skellig Experience

76.5 km, n/a

Discover 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.

Ring of Kerry

180.1 km, n/a

A trip to Killarney would not be 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, Cahirciveen, Glenbeigh, and Killorglin.

Wild Atlantic Way

Wild Atlantic WayEven the Garden Route in South Africa or California’s Pacific Coast Highway cannot compare to the Wild Atlantic Way, an incredibly beautiful route that extends 2,500km from Cork to Donegal, with the most memorable section passing close to Killarney. Clinging to the ruggedly scenic Atlantic coast, the Wild Atlantic Way can be approached in sections, so you can experience it at your own pace.

Some 350km of the Wild Atlantic Way passes through County Kerry. Depart from Killarney and drive in the direction of Milltown and Castlemaine, eventually reaching the Dingle Peninsula –the most westerly point in Europe. The coastal road at Slea Head on the Dingle Peninsula swings around the last port of call before America and opens up breathtaking views of the Blasket Islands and the Skelligs.


Puck Fair Killorglin Kerry
Puck Fair Killorglin

Many famous festivals are held in Kerry each year. Listowel has its Writers Week, Tralee offers the famous Rose Festival, Killorglin the Puck Fair.  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.


Irelands National Event Centre (INEC) boosts a 3000 capacity and has paid host to some of the biggest names in music in Ireland and globally. It is Ireland’s premier music and major events centre, hosting concerts, theatre, dancing championships, a traditional music events including The Gathering, Beerfest, Bikefests, Folkfests and many many more. There is always something on here!