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Ring of Kerry Day Tour
"We cordially invite you to join with us on our motorcoach tour of this enchanting peninsula and share in its history geography culture stories and folklore. This is an ideal opportunity for you to forget about the left hand side of the road for a day and relax in worry free comfort. Free rental car parking availble at our depot in Ross Castle Road for the duration of the Ring of Kerry d which departs everyday of the year except Christmas Day and New Years Day. The Ring of Kerry is usually done in an anti-clockwise direction along the banks of the River Laune to Killorglin via Glenbeigh Kells
From EUR25.00
 
Ring of Kerry Day Tour
"We cordially invite you to join with us on our motorcoach tour of this enchanting peninsula and share in its history geography culture stories and folklore. This is an ideal opportunity for you to forget about the left hand side of the road for a day and relax in worry free comfort. Free rental car parking availble at our depot in Ross Castle Road for the duration of the Ring of Kerry d which departs everyday of the year except Christmas Day and New Years Day. The Ring of Kerry is usually done in an anti-clockwise direction along the banks of the River Laune to Killorglin via Glenbeigh Kells
From EUR25.00
 
Ring of Kerry Private Tour from Kenmare
"The ""Ring of Kerry"" is a spectacular scenic route in south west Ireland. A private tour with us is the best way to enjoy all the sights and scenery the route has to offer. You can fully be in charge of the itinerary. Compared with coach tours we can make more stops (of your choice) and travel to places where buses have no access.The Ring of Kerry is a world-famous route following the N70 N71 and R562 roads in a circular direction around the Iveragh peninsula. The route starts in the town Killarney and passes through the towns and villages of (in order): Killorglin Cahersiveen Waterville Sneem Kenmare
From EUR56.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Killarney

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Muckross House

Muckross House was on my places to see. We admired the 19th century mansion designed by Scottish architect, William Burn for Henry Herbert and his wife. It took between 1839 to 1843 to build, and...
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Dingle Peninsula

Of the five peninsulas in Western Cork and Kerry counties, Dingle peninsula is the one I enjoyed the most. In good weather it's a cycler's paradise, with plenty of archeological sites and wonderful...
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Mount Carrantuohill

The first thing that caught my eye when I looked at a map of Ireland was the highest point in the country (of course) - Mt. Carrantuohill. This was our first planned activity in Killarney. It's about...
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Inisfallen Island

If you look across the lake with Ross castle to your back you can seen Inisfalen island. Take a boat trip from the Castle to the Island. There are ruins of a 6th century monastery there. It's usually...
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Ross Castle

Ross Castle is a 15th-century tower house and keep on the edge of Loch Leane, in Killarney National Park. Ross Castle was built in the late 15th century by the O'Donoghues who were the local ruling...
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Waterfalls

You can walk to Torc Waterfall along the Lake Muckross loop, but we chose to drive by car. What a delight it was driving the car through gorgeous trees that overhung the road making it feel like I...
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Muckross Lake

Muckross Lake is also known as Middle Lake or The Torc. It's located in Killarney National Park and like many lakes, it is believed a monster lives in the lake, in this case a 6metre long monster...
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Lough Leanne

People, this is the place! Try to go to Lough Leanne to see the sun setting behind the mountains - aah it's magical! But there's a specific spot and it seems not everybody knows it. Drive away from...
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Inch beach

This is a good one! You'll see Inch beach from your touring bus or car on the way from Killarney to Dingle, but few people actually stop to stroll the entire length of it. In summertime, you'll find...
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Glenbeigh beach

About 14 miles away from Killarney (via Killorglin), is Glenbeig beach. It's totally deserted and utterly clean and beautiful. Behind me and my amigo Aisling is the Dingle Peninsula. See, we do have...
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Ladies View.

A short way down the hill from Molls Gap is a larger parking spot where you'll find Ladies View. A vantage point so named when Queen Victoria brought her ladies-in-waiting here during her reign in...
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Molls Gap.

Molls Gap is the top of the pass, just where the road rejoins the N71 down to Killarney. Great views back across the Reeks we had just climbed with the car. The sun tried (very weakly) to peep through...
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The Gap of Dunloe.

Coming in to Killarney from the Ring of Kerry, just before Killorglin I could have carried straight on but the "Off the beaten path" in me said no, go over the pass. Full of switchbacks, most of the...
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Healy Pass

It is a series of hairpin bends in the Caha mountains in the Beara peninsula. Very scenic view, but man, is it scary to drive at night, as there are sheep wandering around the roads, no road lights or...
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Top Hotels in Killarney

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Aghadoe, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland
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Lake Shore, Muckross Road, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland
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Kenmare Place, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland
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Fossa, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland
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Muckross Road, Woodlawn Junction, Killarney, Ireland
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Lakes Of Killarney, Killarney, County Kerry, 6507, Ireland
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Top Things to Do in Killarney

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Ring of Kerry

The ring of kerry is a wonderful scenic route thew takes in the Kerry peninsular. There are 2 main ways of doing it, by bus or by car. If you do it by car, make sure you drive in the same direction...
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Ross Castle

On a suberb site overlooking the Lough Leane stands Ross Castle. Built in the 15th c by O'Donoghue Mor, it came into the hands of the Earls of Kenmare, the Browne family. Defended by high thick walls...
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Killarney National Park

Killarney National Park covers over 25,000 acres (10,000 hectares) of mountain, moorland, woodland, waterways, parks and gardens, providing a living space for the wild life and vegetations like...
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Torc Waterfall

Well worth the short walk from the carpark through the woods to view the waterfall. Plunging down from Torc mountain for over 18 metres the polished rocks are testament to the force of the water....
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Muckross Abbey

Muckross Abbey was formerly known as the Franciscan friary of Irrelagh. It was built in 1448 by Donald MacCarthy as a Franciscan Friary to cater for the Observantine Franciscans. The Abbey is in...
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St. Mary's Cathedral

St. Mary's Cathedral, Killarney, is a Roman Catholic cathedral that was built in the 19th century in Gothic Revival style. Today, it is considered one of Ireland’s most notable Gothic Revival...
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SabrinaSummerville

"There's More to Killarney Than Lakes"
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scottishvisitor

"The Emerald Isle"
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healy_ger

"Killarney"
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"tvdm's Kool Kerry and Killarney page"
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Dabs

"Killarney and the Ring of Kerry"
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