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Known as “the Kingdom”, Kerry is an ideal location for hiking and climbing with Ireland's highest peak Carrauntoohil located in nearby Killarney National Park.
Kerry has an incredible distinct coastline sculpted by the Wild Atlantic Ocean. There are a number of highly recommended boating trips and bus tours along this coast.
While the scenery in Kerry is truly breathtaking, the towns are bustling with culture and friendly locals.
experience the MOMENTS
Hens & Stags
There will be no shortage of drinks and a bit of craic. Most pubs provide food during the day and live entertainment at night.
discover the LOCATION
Step into the Wild Atlantic Way
Wild Atlantic Way
The Wild Atlantic Way covers 2,500km of west Ireland’s coastal roads.
Tralee town is well known for hosting the Rose of Tralee International Festival.
Killarney National Park
Discover the top 5 attractions in County Kerry.
how to speak KERRY
“Look at the state of your wan!”- a way of referring to a man or woman you do not know or referring to a person whose name you cannot remember.
Answering a question with another question - “Stop the lights its a disgrace, but come it is supposed to clear up a bit next week isn’t it?”
Put “yerra” in front of practically every word or sentence just for the sake of saying “yerra”.
Kerry people use “Crator” as an adjective to describe someone who they feel a mixture of love and sympathy for.
“How’re the shams?” is pretty much equal to “How’re the lads?”.