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Charismatic Kerry is situated in the glorious south west of Ireland. Pulsating with tourist attractions, Kerry is found within the province of Munster in the Republic of Ireland.
Famed for having its popular tourist spot of Killarney, the county of Kerry prides itself on its Killarney lakes as well as its national parks and its Dingle Peninsula in the far reaching west.
With a generous helping of vast bays and peninsulas, Kerryís diverse coastline takes some beating. Look out for the delightful Ring of Kerry where visitors (mainly in cars and on bicycles) flock to for incomparable views. It is recommended that you travel in an anti-clockwise motion around the ring to avoid congestion to the more narrow parts of the trail.
The Ring of Kerry can also be enjoyed on foot along the 215 kilometres of Kerry Way. These walkways tend to be slightly higher than the motoristís version, avoiding some of the steeper peaks, and are treasured for their origins as ancient footpaths.
With an abundance of sights to stop off and enjoy along the Ring which include the Iron Age Forts, monasteries and Ogham Stones, there are also some beautiful beaches to stretch out on (some say, the best in Europe) while utilizing the usual seaside town offerings.
Enveloping the Iveragh Peninsula, the Ring offers many awe-inspiring sights which include Irelandís tallest mountains and more rugged of its coastlines.
Lovers of water activities like boating and fishing and clean country air should head (in an orderly fashion!) over to the Killarney National Park. A popular area for visitors, the park offers birdwatching, monument and castle sightseeing and excellent cycling terrain. Visitors who prefer tranquility should head over to Ballinskelligs. Nestling on a coastal location, with a thirteenth centiury monastery to its name, it is probably the quietest place on the whole Ring. Visitors with a keen interest in anything active should come to Kerry for its generous helping of sports and activities. You will enjoy, horseback riding, quad biking, lots of golf (there are about twenty courses to choose from!), windsurfing and many more besides.
Island hopping is an option enjoyed by many while in Kerry for there is a generous helping of islands punctuating the coastal shores. Explore the Skelligs where Skellig Michael is a World Heritage Site recognised for its dramatic location and medieval monastery. Off the coast of kerry is where to find the Blanket Islands also.
While in Kerry, check out the MacGillycuddy Reeks, Irelandís highest mountain range, named in the 18th century by the MacGillicuddy clan who owned the land here at the time. The numerous delights of Muckross Abbey, Torc Waterfall, St Maryís Cathedral and among others, Innisfallen Island are all here and equally worthy an allocation of time within your tourist attraction agenda.
Visit the recently refurnished Ross Castle and enjoy the lakes of Killarney, situated on its doorstep while here. A perfect afternoon here should consist of a boat ride around the lake enjoying the tranquil scenery as you go. The Blue Pool Nature Reserve offers badger trails and kingfishers among many other enticing local wildlife sights in this delightful habitat. The Blue Pool is found somewhere between Killarney and Muckross House.
In Kerry you are never far from one stunning sight or other, just seven kilometres outside of Killarney town centre (for example), a sight to top all others, is all 60 feet of stunning Torc Waterfall.
While in Munster, the city break of Cork presents a lively alternative to what is generally on offer in Munster - beautiful scenery and a general effervescence of tranquillity.
A visit to Munster does present a problem to the visitor Ė how to fit it all in! For those with plenty of time on their hands, the Blarney Castle, the Cahir Castle, the Ring of Kerry and the Burren at County Clare offer immeasurable pleasure.
Munster, the warmest province in the Republic of Ireland is also one of the rainiest which explains its abundance of magnificent green scenery!
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Kerry Airport (Farranfore Airport) is only a fifteen minute drive from Killarney and the Ring of Kerry. Tralee is twenty minutes away from the airport. Situated between Killarney and Tralee, the airport is also a mere half an hourís drive from Cork and Limerick.
If travelling by road, the airport is easily reached by the N23 from the south and west of Ireland.
There is a shuttle bus from the airport to Killarney, Tralee, Dingle and Farranfore. A single fare for Killarney is 6 euros while a return is 10 euros. A quick trip to Farranfore will set you back 2 euros.