Wild landscapes, charming towns, Victorian mansions – some gems on the ring
Dip into a county of perfect peninsulas, goat kings, national parks and isolated islands
A family orientated leisure centre, with both membership and pay as you go offers available.
Muckross House, once visited by Queen Victoria, is situated on the shores of Muckross Lake within the stunning surroundings...
Killarney Mindful Hiking offers guided walks with a touch of mindfulness on the beautiful mountains around Killarney...
Corkery's Bar and Silver Fox Restaurant in Killarney are superbly situated on the High Street, in the heart of the town....
The original hop on/hop off Killarney Shuttle Bus tour is the best way to go to see all the main attractions.
Dingle Touring Travel offers a wide variety of tours and services for people visiting Ireland.
Coolwood Wildlife Park is located in Killarney, County Kerry. It consists of a 10 acres Wildlife Park, 40 acres of Wildlife...
In the company of Hidden Ireland Tours guides, the story of place and people will be intimately and powerfully shared.
The Gathering Traditional Festival is one of the biggest traditional music festivals in the country.
Killarney’s hills and lakes make it an awesome place to level up on your running ability and try a 10k or a half marathon.
The internationally recognised Kerry Film Festival includes takes place across a number of venues in Killarney.
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