The Ring of Kerry Story

the ring of kerry story

The Ring of Kerry is a beautiful scenic drive that takes you all around the Iveragh Peninsula in the Southwest of Ireland. The route allows you to explore the rugged and breathtaking landscapes and villages throughout the county of Kerry. Killarney, Beaufort, Cahersiveen, Waterville,  Sneem and Kenmare are just a few of the beautiful spots along the route. It is described a narrow winding route that can be done in a day. However, to fully experience what Kerry has to offer, we advise taking your time to appreciate the natural beauty and culture this part of Ireland can provide. 

If you are looking for a tour that takes you off the beaten track, the Ring of Kerry is the way to go. Whatever your idea of a great holiday you will find it on the Ring of Kerry. From fine dining, beautiful hikes and traditional Irish music, Kerry offers the customer a chance to immerse in a true Irish experience by engaging in fun activities as well as local cultures. 

A few hot Spots along the Ring of Kerry

Skellig Michael

An island 8 miles out into the Atlantic ocean with a 7th century monastic settlement at the top that can be climbed on a daily basis throughout the summer months (weather dependent of course). It became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996 and we can arrange a boat cruise around the island for you depending on the tour you choose. 

Skellig Michael

Killarney 

This is a very vibrant town that surrounds the countryside with beautiful scenery and many activities to choose from. Killarney has received many awards for its welcoming and enthusiastic people and this enthusiasm is very much reflected in the various service providers around the town. No matter the weather there is always something fun to do in Killarney!

killarney

Waterville

This is the only seafront village on the famous Ring of Kerry route in Southwest Ireland. World-class golf, beautiful scenery, fantastic food, or a quiet pint at a historic Irish pub, Waterville has it all. With a history of hospitality for over 200 years, time spent in Waterville is a time well spent. Waterville is the seafood capital of Ireland with many first class restaurants evident in various parts of the village. Go to sleep listening to the sound of waves crashing and waking up to the most breathtaking sunset with the lake water looking as still as a mirror.

Waterville

The Ring of Kerry provides a truly unique experience and allows one to indulge in the ancient heritage of Ireland. Local cultures, traditions and Irish lifestyle are just a few of the many amazing things that make the Ring of Kerry a must do which many visitors return for year after year!

 

– Lisa