County Kerry is a land of scenic beauty located in the south west of Ireland. The luscious green landscape found here will match what most people have in their minds when thinking of Ireland, sprawling greenery overlooked by impressive mountains alongside beautiful coastal views. Kerry’s beauty is crowned by Killarney National Park where you’ll find beautiful waterways, deep woodlands, free roaming deer, and fascinating historical structures.
The towns of Killarney, Dingle and Kenmare are all popular tourist destinations which offer unique atmospheres and experiences. The social scene in the towns of Kerry revolves around the pub. Locals and tourists alike mix in what is an incredibly friendly atmosphere. Traditional Irish music is a mainstay in Kerry and you’ll soon hear the age old tunes coming from the pub as you approach. The famous Irish pub culture is well and truly alive in County Kerry.
The county’s coastline provides much of the activities in County Kerry. On golden beaches you’ll find surfing, windsurfing, diving, kayaking and much more. Off the coast there are plenty of islands, most notably the Blasket Islands and the Skellig Islands. The Skellig Islands are rocky masses jutting out from the Atlantic waves. Skellig Michael was once inhabited by a group of monks who eventually abandoned the island, impressive ruins remain and are well preserved.