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Killarney National Park

Ireland’s first national park with 26,000 acres of mountains, lakes, waterfalls and forests. Observe nature at its best. Features Carrauntoohill Ireland’s highest mountain.

Gap of Dunloe

Part of the Ring of Kerry, the Gap of Dunloe is stunningly beautiful. Situated between two mountain ranges – the MacGillycuddy Reeks and Purple Mountain. Explore by foot, bike, car or take a tour.

Muckross House, Gardens

A splendid Victorian house and expansive woodland gardens situated on Muckross Lake with spectacular views.

Torc Waterfall

A popular attraction on the Ring of Kerry - 20 metres high and 110 metres long this beautiful waterfall flows from the Owengarriff River.

Ross Castle

A 15th century tower house and keep situated on the edge of Lough Leane in Killarney National Park.

Ladies View

A scenic viewpoint on the Ring of Kerry – the view here is probably the best known in Killarney and is a major attraction for visitors.

Molls Gap

Situated close to Ladies View, Molls Gap has equally stunning views and is a fabulous if winding driving route.

Killarney Lakes Tour

Experience Killarney from the water – tours start and finish by Ross Castle. Boats, jaunting cars and bus tours also depart from here.

St Mary’s Cathedral

This central imposing Catholic cathedral houses a very impressive interior built during the difficult Irish famine period.

Kennedy’s Pet Farm

An all-weather pet farm with indoor and outdoor playgrounds. Plenty of opportunities to pet and cuddle the baby animals.


Killarney Brewing Company

Take a tour around one of Ireland’s finest and exciting independent craft breweries and tap rooms.

Irish Whiskey Experience

A great destination for Whiskey enthusiasts – offering tours and experiences.

Ring of Kerry

A popular scenic drive around the Iveragh Peninsular. It is a 179 km circular route taking in rugged coastal landscapes and rural seaside villages.

Inch Beach

On the Ring of Kerry with stunning views over Dingle the sandy beach stretches for over 6 glorious kilometres.


A small quaint port town on the Atlantic coast, known for its rugged scenery, trails and sandy beaches as well as home to the friendly Bottlenose Dolphin Fungie from 1983 until his disappearance in 2020.

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