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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5 Historic Facts about County Kerry

5 Historic Facts about County KerryCounty Kerry holds many historic facts. From a British Monarch’s visit, to a movie stars retreat, a liberator’s birthplace and a world heritage site, to a small convent. There are many historical facts to be found on the Ring of Kerry. A British Monarch’s VisitQueen Victoria, visited County Kerry in 1861. On the 26th of August the Queen, her husband Prince Albert and their children stayed in Killarney House, home of the Earl of Kenmare. They spent the following two nights at Muckross House, home to the Herbert Family.The Royals visited Ross Castle, Muckross Demesne, Dinis Island, Mangerton and Torc Waterfall. They also viewed a stag hunt on the lakes and visited Muckross Abbey. The spot in Killarney at the top of Moll’s G ... more
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