Kerry Your Natural Escape

Your Natural Escape

Kerry - your natural escape

County Kerry has been welcoming visitors for generations. Located on Ireland’s south-west coast, fanned by the Gulf Stream, Kerry’s unspoilt nature, stunning landscapes, rich and distinct culture makes it the most visited regional destination for overseas holidaymakers. The region contains some of Ireland’s most iconic scenery, including Killarney and its famous lakes, the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Dingle Peninsula, Iveragh peninsula including the Ring of Kerry, the equally dramatic Beara peninsula, the historic town of Tralee and the rich pasturelands and sandy beaches of North Kerry.

County Kerry hosts Ireland’s highest mountains, longest walking trails including the Kerry Way, and the oldest National Park (Killarney). It boasts a treasure trove of historic and prehistoric sites and monuments, including the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Skellig Michael. It has a long established cultural tradition where Irish music, dance, literature, arts and crafts and the Irish language are cherished. Kerry people are renowned for their hospitality and warm, genuine welcome.

Kerry also has the most developed tourism industry with some 12,000 registered bedrooms, signature festivals and events, quality visitor attractions, world-famous golf courses, and is a vibrant eco-tourism, marine and green tourism destination. It is an activity and adventure holidaymaker’s paradise.

Kerry – Your Natural Escape – Do come and join us.

Kerry - Your Natural Escape
The Reeks District
Killarney
Skellig Coast
Tralee
Listowel & North Kerry
Kenmare
Dingle Peninsula
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