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
Guided trail and hillwalking service.
Both lunch and dinner are served in the Candle Room Restaurant in Killarney. Crisp white linens, elegantly dressed tables...
Corrán Tuathail in the McGillycuddy Reeks mountains Co. Kerry, is the highest peak in Ireland, 1,038 metres or 3,406...
Dining at Muckross Park Hotel is an unique experience in Killarney. Overlooked by the stunning Killarney National Park...
Explore Killarney is an interactive walking tour of Killarney town and a section of the National Park. Conor Doolan...
Kerry Coach Tours is a family run luxury car, limousine and coach hire company. Golf tour transportation is a speciality...
The ever-popular O'Connors has its wonderful traditional bar serving home made soup and sandwiches.
Coolwood Wildlife Park is located in Killarney, County Kerry. It consists of a 10 acres Wildlife Park, 40 acres of Wildlife...
Cycle the Ring of Kerry the Wrong Way Round or the Hard Way Round at the Killarney Cycling Festival, a fun event to...
€1495 per person sharing
€1295 per person sharing
From €1585 pps
€1520 pp (Full Trail) €595 pp (Mini Trail)
€1695pps, 20 nights accommodation, includes bike rental, detailed daily route notes and maps, gpx files, emergency support.
From €1,400 pps - group rates avalable
From €749 pps
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