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Day tours and sight seeing In Killarney

Our staff have compiled an extensive list of Things to do from day tours to restaurants and nightlife. Please ask us for any information that you may need to make your stay in Killarney as pleasurable as possible.

Killarney National Park
The National Park comprises of 10,000 hectares (24,700 acres) of beautiful lake and mountain scenery. The Park is famous for its' native natural habitats and species including oakholly woods, yew woods and red deer.

Dingle Peninsula
There are so many things to see, to do, to explore, to experience on the Dingle Peninsula . . . from almost 2,000 archaeological sites, to more walking than you could fit into a year.

Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry is part of the mystical & unspoilt region of Ireland that has attracted visitors for hundreds of years. Its spectacular beauty is beyond question and it is a natural centre for outdoor pursuits including golf, watersports, cycling, walking, riding and the very best fishing for salmon & trout.

Gap of Dunloe
The Gap of Dunloe is a wild and rugged gap excavated by forging ice flows during the last ice age. It is off the road to Killorglin and runs outside the western perimeter of the National Park. Highly Recommended with breathtaking views

Guided Walks
Guided walks of Killarney National Park and surrounds.

Carrantuohill Mountain
Standing at 1,039 metres, Carrantuohill, part of the Macgillycuddy’s Reeks, is the highest mountain in Ireland, with a number of good ridges, just lower than Snowdon, but higher than anything in England.

Killarney has a wide variety of fishing opportunity’s for wild salmon, brown trout and sea trout.

Killarney Golf
Killarney has a wide variety of golfing possibilities.

Ross Castle
This Castle may be considered a typical example of the stronghold of an Irish Chieftain during the Middle Ages. The date of its foundation is uncertain but it was probably built in the late 15th century by one of the O’Donoghue Ross chieftains.

Inisfallen Island
Inisfallen is the largest island on Lough Leane. It is easily accessible by boat and is about 1.5 km from shore

Muckross Estate
Situated in Killarney National Park, Muckross House and Gardens are among the most popular of Irish visitor attractions.

Horse Riding
Being adjacent to the Killarney National Park, the casual customer can enjoy daily rides of one, two, or three hours.

Skellig Islands
The Skellig Islands, Skellig Michael and Small Skellig, stand aloof in the Atlantic Ocean some 12 km southwest of Valentia Island, County Kerry.
As well as being a unique UNESCO World Heritage Site, experience the wonderful STAR WARS movie connection. May the Force be with you!!

Blasket Islands
Over 1,100 acres of unspoilt largely mountainous terrain, the Great Blasket Island is approximately 4 miles long by 1/2 a mile wide.
The old village above the Trá Bán (White Strand) is situated on the north-eastern side of the island, facing the mainland and Slea Head.

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