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This pretty coastal town on the Ring of Kerry has attracted many famous faces over the years, including Charlie Chaplin and Tiger Woods. The area is a unique blend of mountains, lakes, valleys, rivers and some of the most spectacular coastline in Ireland.

to the south of Killarney, is a haven of tranquility with some of the most breathtaking scenery in the area. Founded in 1670, the town retains many of its original features, as well as a good range of shops, bars and restaurants. For those seeking quiet relaxation, the surrounding area is extremely popular with walkers.

Dingle Peninsula,
the most northerly of the mountainous headlands of Kerry, is also one of Ireland’s most scenic regions. The town of Dingle itself offers a multitude of eccentric and colourful pubs, restaurants and traditional Irish music unique to this intriguing area. The coastline is dramatically beautiful, with breathtaking mountains and sea cliffs and unspoilt sandy beaches; Slea Head, the most westerly point in Europe has become one of the most photographed scenes in Ireland.

is Kerry’s capital and the seventh largest town in Ireland. The town boasts many historic buildings, excellent shopping and attractive open spaces, including the central Town Park with its award-winning Rose Garden and Garden of the Senses.

is just a short boat ride from Killarney and is the site of a 7th century monastery. In the 18th century the island became a popular venue for various guests of the Earls of Kenmore. It is also celebrated in Thomas Moore’s poem ‘Sweet Innisfallen‘.