5 Reasons to Visit Kerry

Whether you are an avid scenery spotter, a festival fiend, a beach enthusiast, a hill hiker or a gourmet guru, there are plenty reasons to visit County Kerry for the perfect weekend break or for a longer trip.For Scenery SpottersKillarney is a world renowned spot for picturesque scenery from the Lakes of Killarney to the historic Muckross House, Farm and Gardens. Torc waterfall, Mangerton mountain, Ross Castle and the Molls Gap drive are among the many scenic spots. ‘Jarvey’s who drive a horse and trap around the centre of the town and Muckross are the perfect way to explore.For Festival GoersKerry hosts a variety of annual and unique festivals throughout the year. These include both Puck Fair in Killorglin, held on the 10th to the 12th of August which encourages a wi ... more
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Planning a Picnic on the Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry is an incredibly scenic tourist route which takes you from Killarney to Killorglin and around the Iveragh Peninsula passing through Glenbeigh, Cahersiveen, Waterville, Sneem and Kenmare before returning back to Killarney. Kerry, with its mountains, lakes and Atlantic coastline is perhaps one of the most scenic areas in Ireland and is ideal for romantic breaks. What better way to appreciate the breathtaking beauty of this county than to have a picnic and be at one with nature. Here are some great tips about where to go and what to bring when planning a picnic on the Ring of Kerry as part of your romantic break.Where to Go Ladies View at Molls Gap, Killarney National ParkLadies View is a scenic point along the N71 portion of the Ring of Kerry, in Killarney Nationa ... more
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