Wild landscapes, charming towns, Victorian mansions – pack it all in on a drive around the Ring of Kerry
Dip into a county of perfect peninsulas, goat kings, national parks and isolated islands
Both lunch and dinner are served in the Candle Room Restaurant in Killarney. Crisp white linens, elegantly dressed tables...
The Finnihy River flows into Kenmare Bay in county Kerry. It is a small river that produces a few grilse every season.
The Mcbride Gallery exhibits Irish artists who have achieved innovation and excellence, such as formal education, exhibitions...
The Jarvey’s Rest Traditional Irish Pub is located on the Muckross road, just 4km from Killarney town centre.
Kilmackillogue offers a great opportunity as a picnic location. With fine views over Kenmare River and the surrounding...
5 screen cinema in Killarney.
Bianconi Inn is a family run inn located in Kilorglin, on the Ring of Kerry. It's an ideal gateway to the Dingle Peninsula...
Kerry Alternative Technology is a company who uses renewable and alternative energy sources. It is located in Sneem,...
A unique street parade led by a piper and a man depicting the Old Year. Surrounded by blazing turf torches, he 'dies'...
Ireland's largest gathering of motorcycle owners and enthusiasts from all over the world in Killarney. The real attraction...
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