Enjoy Towns & Villages
Tralee has a wide range of accommodation, restaurants, walks,
historic buildings and all-weather attractions like the Kerry County Museum,
Blennerville Windmilll, the Aqua Dome, Tralee Regional Sports & Leisure Centre, Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre
and our National Folk Theatre, Siamsa Tíre.
And let’s not forget, one of the worlds longest running international festivals,
the Rose of Tralee.
www.tralee.ie and www.roseoftralee.ie, www.traleesportscomplex.ie
Or take a ride in a jaunting car around beautiful Killarney where stunning
scenery and great hospitality awaits – visit Muckross House,
Muckross Abbey, Ross Castle, Torc Waterfall, Innisfallen Island
or part-take in one of the many activities on offer like golf,
fishing and cycling.
www.killarney.ie, www.killarneynationalpark.ie, www.destinationkillarney.ie
Lovely Listowel is packed full of history, heritage, story-tellers and writers –
why not take a stroll through this Heritage Town and end your walk with a
‘cup of tae’ in John B Keane’s famous pub. A visit during Listowel Writers
Weeks is a must for all book lovers or aspiring authors when workshops
from song-writing to short-storey telling are available.
www.listowel.ie, www.writersweek.ie, www.listowelfoodfair.ie
The beautiful seaside town of Ballybunion has castles,
world-class golf courses, majestic cliffs and caves, sandy beaches,
cliff-top walks and festivals and a friendly local welcome, second to none.
An Daingean (Dingle) has restaurants, cafes, quaint bookshops,
a busy marina, giftshops, art galleries, stained glass windows,
zipwires, climbing walls and boat-trips to see it’s
most famous resident, Fungi.
Visit Kenmare to explore the only planned town in Kerry –
a food lovers paradise with an ecletic range of restaurants,
cafes and farmers markets with scrumptious locally-produced
artisan products and round your meal off with
some locally handmade chocolates.