Located in southwestern Ireland's County Kerry, Killarney is a historic town on the shores of Lough Leane. With Killarney's stunning lakes and national parks, the beautiful Ross Castle and the mountainous Gap of Dunloe, it's no wonder the area's famed natural heritage makes Killarney one of the most popular destinations in Ireland.
With 26,000 acres of pure Irish scenery, the Killarney National Park is an adventure seekers playground. From hillwalking to rock climbing or cycling around the lakes, there is plenty of choice when it comes to outdoor activities. Book a boat trip and visit Innisfallen Island, home to one of the most important archaeological sites in Ireland; the ruins of Innisfallen Abbey.
Killarney is also the starting and end point of the famous Ring of Kerry driving route. Go on a guided tour of the route and see all the world-famous spots in one day including Valentina Island, Skellig Michael, and the Kerry Cliffs. Other points of interest in Killarney include: Muckross House, Torc Waterfall, Torc Mountain, St Mary’s Cathedral