Killarney

Ross Castle is a medieval tower in Killarney National Park. St Mary’s Cathedral, an enormous structure near the town centre, was consecrated in 1855. Torc Waterfall is near the roadside in the National Park. Many pleasant lakeside walks also lead from here. A beautiful but quite precarious road leads through the Gap of Dunloe. The […]

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Ladies View

Ladies View offers one of the finest views in Killarney National Park. A café and shop can be found here. Around 150 metres driving downhill from Ladies View, taking a turn at the church and continuing 700m will lead to a beautiful, rarely visited valley and an intersection with the Kerry Way. The Kerry Way […]

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Kenmare

Lace-making was brought to Kenmare by a group of nuns in 1861. The Kenmare Lace Centre is in the town centre. Cromwell’s Bridge is one of the oldest bridges in Ireland, and is walking distance from central Kenmare […]

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Molly Gallivans Visitor Centre

Molly Gallivan’s 200 year old Cottage & Traditional farm is a family run Visitor Centre. At Molly Gallivan’s you will experience the simple country lifestyle in rural Ireland before the days of electricity & modern conveniences. […]

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Great Western Greenway

The Great Western Greenway is a cycling route that runs between Westport and Achill Island. You can hire a bicycle for the route (or more likely, a section of it), ride one-way and then be returned to your vehicle by shuttle. Newport to Mulranny offers the best scenery. […]

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