The Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry is the longest of Ireland's big circle drives, combining amazing coastal scenery with beautiful emerald pastures and villages.
The 179km circuit will bring you past pristine beaches, the island-dotted Atlantic, medieval ruins, mountains and loughs. The coastline is at its most rugged between Waterville and Caherdaniel in the peninsula. It is busy in summer, but the remote Ring of Kerry can be uncrowded and serene and breathtakingly beautiful.
The Aqua Dome is one of Irelands Largest Indoor Waterworlds & Premier Tourist Attractions in Kerry. The Aqua Dome offers tropical temperatures all year round and is a Great Day Out for all the family whatever the weather! It has amazing fun features that captures the imagination of both child and adult alike. The Aqua Dome is fun for swimmers & non-swimmers.
Swim with the current
Surf the Waves
Wrestle the River Rapids
Relax in the Lazy River
Ride the Sky High Flume
Plunge down the Outdoor Falling Rapids
Enjoy the Whirlpool spas, Bubble seat, Sprays, Cannons, Gushers, Geysers, Children's pools, Spa pools.
The MuckRoss House & Gardens
This nineteenth century Victorian mansion is within the grounds of Killarney National Park and surrounded by beautiful scenery. The house stands close to the shores of Muckross Lake, one of Killarney's three lakes, known world-wide for their splendour and beauty. As a focal point within Killarney National Park, Muckross House is the ideal base from which to explore this landscape.
Torc Waterfall is located in County Kerry, approximately 7km from Killarney Town and approx 2.5km from the motor entrance to Muckross House and can be accessed from a car park on the N71 better known as the Killarney – Kenmare Road.
Gap of Dunlow
The Gap of Dunloe is a narrow mountain pass. The valley winds its way for 10km between Macgillycuddy's Reeks and the Purple Mountains. Over the river at one end is the Wishing Bridge where it's promised that wishes made while crossing the bridge will come true. The best way to explore the Gap of Dunloe is to hike or cycle through this wonderful place.
This the home of the famous bottle nose dolphin Fungi he arrived here in 1984 and has been here ever since. You can take a boat trip in Dingle to see fungi, boat trips last approx. 45 mins and run from the top of the pier in Dingle town.