The Kingdom

County Kerry, also know as "The kingdom" is situated in the south west region of Ireland along with the atlantic coast. Kerry is becoming an increasingly popular destination for tourists from all over the world because of its beautiful scenery, charismatic natives and the endless variety of activities for people of all ages and interests to enjoy. Kerry is famous for many things from its picturesque lakes and mountains to its annual goat crowning festival 'Puck Fair'. There is no shortage of places to see, activities to partake in and locals to meet in this beautiful county. Kerry is rich in Irish culture, history, sport but has also mastered mixing the old with the new. Whether you want a short weekend getaway in one of Kerry’s busy towns or want a week exploring in the wi ... more
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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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