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
Complete a step-by-step painting of Killarney National Park, working from the comfort of the artist’s studio.
Wholesome Fayre is a deli, brasserie and cookery school that is passionate about creating exceptional dishes with fresh,...
Dining at Muckross Park Hotel is an unique experience in Killarney. Overlooked by the stunning Killarney National Park...
Entertainment is provided nightly in this centrally located venue. Visit the nightclub or the comedy club, or perhaps...
The Laurels Pub and Restaurant, retains the old world feel of a great Irish pub, that the visitor will savour the moment...
Both lunch and dinner are served in the Candle Room Restaurant in Killarney. Crisp white linens, elegantly dressed tables...
The original hop on/hop off Killarney Shuttle Bus tour is the best way to go to see all the main attractions.
The ever-popular O'Connors has its wonderful traditional bar serving home made soup and sandwiches.
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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