Accommodation Guide to Munster

As the southernmost province of Ireland, Munster is staunchly traditional. It's home to the cities of Clare and Cork and boasts spectacular driving country around Killarney National Park. 
Blarney Castle is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Munster Province. Its centrepiece is the Blarney Stone, which pilgrims unabashedly kiss for good fortune. Getting to the stone is a stretch - literally - and you'll have to have someone hang on to you. Legend has it that the gift of eloquence is bestowed upon the kisser.


If you have car rental in Munster Province, you won't want to miss driving the Ring of Kerry. This 180-kilometre circuit starts at Killarney and takes in much of the Iveragh Peninsula. Major sites along the Ring are Staigue stone fort, Lough Leane, the Gap of Dunloe and Ross Castle. Another provincial site is the Cliffs of Moher at County Clare. 

These are the counties of Munster Province: 

 

County Clare

From the pubs of Ennis to the desolate abbeys of Burren at Carron, County Clare is as good for quiet reflection as it is for cutting loose and enjoying a night out.

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County Cork

Tying together Cork city (one of Ireland's finest) and the remote stretches of the Beara Peninsula, County Cork is diverse and a pleasure to drive.

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County Kerry

Is blessed with deep-running Celtic roots that foster an almost otherworldly atmosphere; this is also where the famous Ring of Kerry is located.

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County Limerick

Limerick city is relatively big and has plenty going on, but the much of the county consists of quiet coastal cliffs and interior mountains. 

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County Tipperary

Walk-able, drive-able and (above all) farm-able, County Tipperary is pleasantly quiet, but it does boast the formidable Rock of Cashel and Cahir Castle.

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