• Ring of Kerry

    Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland .

    One of the most famous and popular road circuits for tourists in the South West of Ireland, the Ring of Kerry, traverses the coastline of the Kenmare Peninsula. Dramatic panoramas, majestic mountains, ancient sites and towns are found along the 166km (104 miles) route through the southern tip of Kerry.
    The Ring of Kerry starts in Kenmare  and passes through many picturesque villages such as Sneem Waterville, Caherciveen Glenbeigh Killorglin, killarney the famous lakes of Killarney and returns via Ladies View, and through  magnificent National Park. The Ring of Kerry is part of the mystical & unspoilt region of Ireland that has attracted visitors for hundreds of years and is undoubtedly Ireland's greatest tour. Visitors can cover the Ring of Kerry on a full day trip approx 10.30 am -5pm)

  • Gap of Dunloe

    Black Valley, County Kerry, Ireland .

    The Gap of Dunloe is one of the most stunningly beautiful parts of County Kerry and indeed Ireland. Stretching through the MacGuillicuddy Reeks mountain range, this beautiful glacial valley simply must be experienced to be appreciated.. The tour begins with a short coach journey to Kate Kearney's Cottage where you can take a jaunting car or go on horseback through the six mile pass. A packed lunch or BBQ can be arranged at Lord Brandon's cottage upon request.
    Once through the gap, boats are waiting for the homeward journey via the enchanting Upper, Middle & Lower Lakes to historic Ross Castle where coaches await for the journey back to killarney 

  • Molly Galvins Cottage & Traditional Farm

    Releagh, County Kerry, Ireland .

    Molly Gallivans is a 200 year old Cottage & Traditional farm is a family run Visitor Centre. At Molly Gallivan you will experience the simple country lifestyle in rural Ireland before the days of electricity & modern conveniences. Her farm is complete with animals, fowl & traditional farm machinery. On the farm you will also visit the ghostly ruins of a family dwelling from the era of the Great Famine and a Neolithic Stone Row that forms part of an ancient sun calendar. Experience 5000 years of history on a 500m walk. 

    Our Traditional Irish Shows are an experience not to be missed when in the area. Molly Gallivan is is dedicated to the preservation & promotion of Irelands rich heritage and culture.

  • Kenmare stone circle

    9�� 35' 15" W 51�� 52' 45" N .

    The stone circle at Kenmare has to be one of the easiest monuments to visit. It is located just a five minute walk from the centre of Kenmare Town. The down side is, the monument and it's surroundings are so well tended it looks more like a garden feature than a Prehistoric monument. There are pine trees completely encircling it and the grass is kept very short almost lawn like.The ellipse shaped circle measures about 17.5 metres at the widest point and 15 metres at the narrowest point. It consists of fourteen low boulders and a one metre tall slab like stone. In the centre of the circle is a very impressive boulder burial. The 1.5 metre wide boulder is resting on at least three other low stones. It is similar to the stone circle at near by Dromagorteen, it too a boulder burial in the centre. It is thought to be the largest circle in south west of Ireland. Originally there were splendid views of Kenmare Bay and the surrounding mountains but these have now been blocked by the fir trees. The landowners are asking for a donation of two euros towards the up keep of the grounds.Situated: Very easy, at Cromwell bridge in Kenmare town turn left by the tourist office. When the road bends left go right through the gate down short road.

  • kenmare seafari seal & egal watching

    Pier Road, Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland .

    SEAFARI Seal and Eagle watching cruises is the most popular tour in Kenmare.
    Hop aboard to explore the naturally beautiful paradise that is the Kenmare Bay.

    We invite you to join us for an unforgettable and memorable holiday experience!

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