Europcar stations

Kerry Airport Car Hire

main terminal, farranfore airport,
v93he6t co. kerry
N : 52º 10' 54.12" W : 9º 32' 8.52"
Kerry Airport is located midway between Tralee and the picturesque town of Killarney. The airport caters for flights by Aer Lingus who fly to Dublin Airport and Ryanair who provide connections with Frankfurt, London and seasonal holiday destinations around ...Read more Europe. Kerry Airport is a small airport, so customers can expect to land, collect their luggage and collect their rental car from Europcar extremely quickly.

The location caters for leisure customers, corporate customers availing of the flexible short, medium and long-term business fleet management service offered by Europcar and customers renting a van.

The beauty of County Kerry is world famous, with towns such as Killarney, Dingle and Kenmare being extremely popular with tourists. For customers renting a car with Europcar, County Kerry offers a number of incredibly beautiful drives including the Ring of Kerry and the Slea Head Drive on the Dingle Peninsula. However, attractions such as Gap of Dunloe, Conor’s Pass and the Blasket Island are individually different, but experiences that will never be forgotten.

For the more adventurous traveller, Skellig Michael which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site is located 12km off the coast of Valentia Island. This island, one of several pinnacle shaped islands in the area, is famous as a remote monastery settlement which was established between the 6th and 8th Centuries before being abandoned during the 12th Century. The monastic settlement is made up of six beehive shaped stone structures and two oratories. Remote doesn’t begin to describe what life must have been like for the monks on this island.

In the main tourist towns, almost all pubs offer a combination of food and live music. However, if luxury is what you are after, County Kerry is home to a number of 5 star hotels, with Muckross Park Hotel & Spa and Park Hotel Kenmare being of particular note. Read less

How to find us ?

Europcar counter is located in the Arrivals Hall in the terminal at Kerry Airport.Return at Europcar depot at Kerry Airport, follow the signs for Rental Car Return.

Opening hours

10:00 - 18:00
10:00 - 19:00
09:30 - 18:30
09:30 - 18:30
09:30 - 20:00
09:30 - 18:30
09:00 - 18:30
Drop-off 24/7

Services available

Vehicles available

  • Luxury cars
  • Automatic cars
  • 4x4 ou SUV
  • Cars
  • Vans

Nearby facilities

  • Petrol Station 3.9 Distance
  • Petrol Station 1.9 Distance
  • ATM 0.1 Distance
  • Taxi station 0.1 Distance
  • Train Multiple services
  • Bus 14.0
  • Bus 40.0
  • Bus 271.0

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Airport Location in County Kerry

Drivers should return to the long-term car park where they picked up their vehicles. The Europcar return depot is staffed from 08:00 to 20:00 Monday to Saturday. When returning a hire car during these hours, customers should return the keys to an associate to close out the contract. If returning outside of these hours, simply park the car in the designated drop-off area and deposit the keys in the indicated drop box. It's a hassle-free exchange in either case.

Returning a Kerry Airport rental car typically takes less than 15 minutes; however, Europcar suggests arriving 30 minutes prior to the time you wish to check in for your departing flight.

Kerry Airport is located on the N23. If returning from Killarney, drive north on the N22 and look for the signs to the airport; the total trip is around 15 kilometres.

When travelling back from Tralee / Dingle Peninsula, take the N22 south to the N23. It's also possible take the N21 east and turn south at the junction with the N23. Coming back from Cork, the best route is the N22 straight through to the exchange with the N23 (100 kilometres). If driving from Limerick, the N21 motorway is a straight shot 95 kilometres south-west to the N23.

Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry is a trail that travels through one of the most mysterious unspoilt regions in all of Ireland. Along the route you’ll be surrounded by spectacular beauty that changes throughout.

You’ll have the chance to gain an insight into ancient Ireland as you pass by Iron Age forts, Ogham Stones, Old monasteries and much more. One of the top historic attractions in the area are the old Irish stone forts, Cahergal and Leacanabuaile. These forts date back over 2500 years and will transport you to a time long ago as you wander through the ruins that have stood the test of time and seen so much of Ireland’s past.

Skellig Michael is an island off the coast of Kerry which was once home to a group of monks who established a monastery here in the 6th century. The well preserved ruins are famous in archaeological circles and the vast amount of bird species and underwater creatures found on and around the island.

Killarney National Park is home to a beautiful blend of scenery and history. The parkland consists of high rise mountains, beautiful lakes and a woodland that begs to be explored. In the park you’ll find Muckross House which is regarded by many as the focal point of the park. The 19th century Tudor style house is surrounded by majestic gardens, and you’ll find various craftsmanship and events taking place throughout the year.

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