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Kerry - The Ideal Holiday Destination

Kerry, in the south of Ireland is truly an idyllic location that ticks all the holiday boxes. This beautiful county, with its outstanding scenery and stunning landscapes, can also lay claim to the two highest mountains in Ireland, Carrauntoohil and Mount Brandon.  Thanks to Kerry’s natural environment, every outdoor activity is catered for with great hiking, walking, climbing and cycling routes and a number of world class golf courses.  With Kerry’s magnificent coastline and many Blue Flag beaches, sailing, diving, surfing, canoeing and numerous other water-sports are extremely popular leisure activities.

Killarney Town

Killarney Town is a vibrant and friendly place with excellent amenities, which include top-class restaurants, charming traditional pubs and quality accommodation. The town is an ideal touring base for exploring the rest of the county. If you want to immerse yourself in Irish culture and experience Irish hospitality first-hand, then staying in an Irish B&B is a good option. Hosts are from the locality, so can provide valuable information on all the must see sights including, Muckross House and Gardens, Killarney National Park and the Ring of Kerry. If your interests lie in history and heritage, then hosts will guide you towards local archaeological sites, castles, ancient ruins and gardens.

Jaunting Car Ride

There is so much to see, do and explore in this special county, every day will offer a different experience from standing on the top of a cliff looking out over the Atlantic Ocean to taking a jaunting car ride (horse and trap) around Killarney. This is a truly unique experience!

Kerry Festivals

Festivals are extremely popular in Kerry and there is always a celebration of some sort taking place, be that dancing, walking, cultural or maybe just because it’s summer! The large majority are family friendly with entertainment that young and old will enjoy.  With picturesque towns and villages such as Dingle, Listowel, Kenmare and Tralee, Kerry’s outstanding scenery, brilliant leisure amenities and most importantly friendly locals, it is no wonder Kerry is the ideal holiday location.

One thing is certain, once you have discovered the delights of this special county; it’s a safe-bet that a return visit will be on the cards. If you want a holiday to remember, with fantastic memories and brilliant holiday snaps, then Co Kerry is the holiday destination for you.

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Posted: 10 Apr 2013 by Mel Heron | with 0 comments

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