Book flights to Kerry and explore the beautiful, rugged southwest of Ireland. This beautiful little corner of the Emerald Isle is well known for its incredible coastline carved by the wild Atlantic, and when you fly to Kerry airport you’re just a short drive away from some of Ireland’s most beautiful spots. Depending on how much time you have, do your very best to see Killarney, Dingle, and the ring of Kerry; you won’t be disappointed! Not only are you spoiled for choice with gorgeous scenery when you book flights to Kerry airport with Ryanair, but you’re guaranteed great food, great craic, and the perfect Irish experience.
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Killarney National Park

Internationally renowned for its scenic beauty and scientific interest Killarney National Park encompasses the three Lakes of Killarney and the mountains and woods which surround them.

​Address: Killarney, Co Kerry​Phone: +353 64 6631440​Website:​Opening hours: There is 24 hour pedestrian access to Killarney National Park.Tickets: Admission: Free of charge
Muckross Abbey

Muckross Abbey is a major ecclesiastical site situated in Killarney National Park. It was founded in 1448 as a Franciscan friary by Donal McCarthy Mor and is in a remarkable state of preservation.

​Address: Killarney, Co Kerry​Phone: +355 64 6631440​Website:​Opening hours: Open: All yearTickets: Admission: Free of charge.
Torc Waterfall

Where the Owengarriff River cascades through the wooded Friar’s Glen into Muckross Lake, you will find Torc Waterfall. A pretty path winds to the top of this 18m high waterfall revealing views of Torc Mountain.

​Address: Muckross/ Kenmare Road, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 6631440​Website:​Opening hours: Open: All yearTickets: Admission: Free of charge
The Kerry Bog Village

View a snapshot of Irish life during the 18th & 19th centuries. See bog ponies, Irish wolfhounds and wild mountain goats in this Agri tourism award winning centre on the ring of Kerry road.

​Address: Ballincleave, Glenbeigh, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9769184​Website:​Opening hours: Daily, all year; 9.00 - 18.00Tickets: Admission: Adult: €6.50, Child: €4.50, Student/Senior/Group: €5.45
Derrynane House

The ancestral home of Daniel O’Connell. Contains memorabilia from the life and career of the lawyer, politician and statesman. Situated in Derrynane National Historic Park on 120 hectares of parklands and 1.5 km of coastline.

​Address: Caherdaniel, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9475113​Website:​Opening hours: Open: Daily; End Mar - Sep 10.30 - 18.00, Oct - late Nov Wed - Sun & B/H 10.30 - 17.00. Please check website for updates.Tickets: Admission: Adult: €3, Group/Senior: €2, Child/Student: €1, Family: €8.
Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

Oceanworld Aquarium, where the ocean comes to life! With over 1,000 species of marine life, come and see for yourself: Penguins, Sharks, Loggerhead Turtle, Piranhas, Native & Tropical Species, our underwater world is there for you to explore.

​Address: The Wood, Dingle, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9152111​Website:​Opening hours: Open: Daily all Year; High season, 10.00 - 19.00. Low season, 10.00 - 17.00.Tickets: Admission: Adult: €13, Child: €7.50, Student/Senior: €9.50, Family(2+2): €32, (2+4): €38.
Aqua Dome

The Aqua Dome is one of Ireland’s Largest Indoor Water worlds and offers tropical temperatures all year round. A visit to the Aqua Dome is a great day out for all the family.

​Address: Dan Spring Road, Tralee, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 7128899​Website:​Opening hours: Open: All year; Daily; 10.00 - 22.00 Mon - Fri, 11.00 - 20.00, Sat & Sun.Tickets: Admission: Adult: €15, Child: €12, Child under 2: Free of charge
Blennerville Windmill

Ireland’s largest working windmill, it was built in 1800 and has been painstakingly restored. There are guided tours to see the windmill working - weather permitting. The Visitor Centre contains a multi lingual exhibition and audio-visual presentation.

​Address: Blennerville, Tralee, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 7121064​Website:​Opening hours: Open: Daily; Apr - Oct.Tickets: Admission: Adult: €5, Child: €3, Senior/Student: €4, Family: €15.
Crag Cave

Crag Cave is a magical wonderland of stalagmites & stalactites, thought to be over one million years old. Tours, Gift Shop, Garden Café, Crazy Cave Play Centre and Kingdom Falconry, a new addition to Crag Cave.

​Address: Castleisland, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 7141244​Website:​Opening hours: Open: Jan - Mar; Fri - Sun 10.00 - 18.00 Mid Mar - Dec; Daily 10.00 - 18.00. (Closed Dec 23rd - 28th)Tickets: Admission: Adult: €12, Child: €5, Student/Senior: €9, Family: €30 (2+2), €35 (2+4).
Ross Castle

Ross Castle was built in the 15th century and is typical of its style, with square bartizans on diagonally opposite corners and a thick end wall containing a tier of chambers and winding stairs.

​Address: Killarney, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 6635851​Website:
Gap of Dunloe

A breathtaking passage in the Mcgillicuddy Reeks, the Gap of Dunloe was formed 2 million years ago by glacial movements. A popular and exciting form of transport through this narrow pass is by horse-drawn pony and trap.

​Address: Killarney, Co Kerry​Phone: +353 64 6631633​Opening hours: Open: All year
Staigue Fort

This is a superb example of a circular stone fort and is more than 2,500 years old. It is 27 metres in diameter with a square-headed doorway and there are two small chambers inside.

​Address: Castlecove, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 6631633​Opening hours: Open: Daily, all year.Tickets: Admission: Free of charge.
Molly Gallivan’s Cottage &Traditional Farm

At Molly Gallivan’s you will experience the simple country lifestyle in rural Ireland before the days of electricity and modern conveniences. Molly’s enchanting cottage is over 200 years old, with animals, fowl and traditional farm machinery. Discover the ghostly remains of a famine dwelling and a Neolithic stone row part of a rare ancient sun calendar.

​Address: Bonane, Kenmare, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 6640714​Website:
Celtic & Prehistoric Museum

This local archaeological museum contains over 500 artefacts from the Stone, Bronze and Celtic Iron Ages as well as Viking, Roman and Saxon objects.

​Address: Kilvicadownig, Ventry, Dingle, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9159191​Website:​Opening hours: Opening times: 10.00am – 5.30pm
Boat Trips to Fungi The Dingle Dolphin

Since 1983 Fungi, a wild Bottlenose Dolphin, chose to make Dingle Harbour his home. Boat trips leave Dingle pier all day, every day, all year round to see Fungi, wild and free in his natural habitat.

​Address: Dingle Pier, Dingle, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9151967​Website:​Opening hours: Open: all year round
The southwest of Ireland is renowned as a gastronomic epicentre and Killarney is no exception. An abundance of seafood and locally grown produce ensure that chefs have the freshest possible ingredients at their fingertips. Some of the best traditional and contemporary Irish cuisine can be savoured in Killarney, as well as some of the highest quality seafood.
Gaby’s Seafood Restaurant

Some of the best seafood in the area can be found at Gaby’s, with availability of dishes depending on the daily catch. From the moment you enter the little bar with its open fire you know you are in good hands. Seafood is not the only option and freshness is a priority with all ingredients.

​Address: 27 High Street, Killarney, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 32519​Website:

This intimate, country style restaurant is a popular spot, with its tasty selection of wholesome home cooking. Plenty of choice, including very good seafood and a great range of desserts.

​Address: 26 High Street, Killarney, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 34902​Website:
Treyvaud’s Restaurant

The Treyvaud brothers provide Killarney diners with a fine selection of well-executed traditional dishes in a friendly, contemporary environment. For a lighter meal, there are plenty of choices, including delicious speciality sandwiches. Caters for vegetarians.

​Address: 62 High Street, Killarney, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 33062​Website:
Sceal Eile

Meaning ”another story” in Irish, Sceal Eile is the perfect place for tea and a chat. Although it is mainly a café, Sceal Eile provides a large and varied menu of hot and cold dishes at very reasonable prices, including several traditional dishes and seafood.

​Address: 73 High Street, Killarney, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 35066
Foley's Seafood and Steak Restaurant

The award winning, Foley’s Seafood and Steak Restaurant, is located on Killarney’s High Street and provides visitors and locals with a relaxed, informal atmosphere for patrons to enjoy.

​Address: Killarney, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 6631217
Cellar One Restaurant

The Cellar One Restaurant is regarded as one of the finest restaurants in Killarney hotels. This gourmet restaurant is the main dining space at The Ross Hotel in Killarney and possibly the most dramatic room within the whole hotel.

​Address: Killarney, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 6631855​Website:
The Chart House Restaurant

The Chart House offers the visitor a welcoming ambience, combined with good cooking. It specialises in using local produce in its dishes.

​Address: Dingle, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9152255​Website:
Lord Baker's Seafood Restaurant & Bar

This award winning premises is situated in Dingle town. Lunch is served from 12.30pm-2pm, with dinner available from 6pm-10pm. There is a wide choice of menu, both in the restaurant and the bar.

​Address: Dingle, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9151277​Website:
Half Door Restaurant

Seafood speciality restaurant with old world charm. Friendly, professional service. Extensive wine list.

​Address: Dingle, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9151600​Website:
Doyle's Seafood Restaurant

Doyle's Restaurant specialises in fresh seafood, such as lobster and scallops.

​Address: Dingle, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9152674​Website:
Mozart's Restaurant

A classical themed décor welcomes all walks of life creating a friendly social meeting point. Unique artwork incorporating Mozart’s manuscripts and music. All day dining bringing flavour and tastes from both side of the Atlantic, unique flavours serving food to tantalise the pallet. Food sourced locally.

​Address: Tralee, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 7127977​Website:
There are a number of cafés in Kerry offering the finest coffees and teas from around the world along with a wide selection of delicious food and sweet cakes to accompany them.
Murphy's Ice Cream

Award winning ice cream made in Dingle. Espresso, latte, cappuccino, French chocolate, Irish chocolate and continental cakes. Great ambience.

​Address: Strand Street, Dingle, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9152644​Website:
Sammy’s Cafe at Inch Beach

Sammy’s cafe is situated on Inch Beach with stunning views of the Dingle Peninsula. They are open daily and serve some of the finest coffee and homemade cakes in Kerry.

​Address: Inch, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 669158118​Website:
Dinis Cottage

This historical cottage dates back to the 1700s. It is located in the heart of Killarney National Park close to the Old Weir Bridge and the Meeting of the Waters. It has operated as a tea rooms for more than 200 years.

​Address: Killarney, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 6630085
Kerry Cliffs and Coffee Shop

The cliffs are the nearest viewing point to the famous Skellig Islands and to Puffin Island. Food and refreshments are served all day in the indoor - outdoor coffee shop with spectacular views up to 30 miles of the surrounding areas. Location:

​Address: Portmagee, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9480985
The Bread Crumb

The Bread Crumb specialises in baking sourdough breads in a stone – hearth oven. In addition to a wide range of continental breads, crusty rolls, pretzels and pastries (Danishes, almond croissants etc) there is a selection of cakes, tarts, tortes and seasonal specialities.

​Address: Kenmare, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 6640645​Website:
The Coffee Pot

The Coffee Pot restaurant is situated at the beginning of the spectacular glacial valley that is the Gap of Dunloe. Light refreshments, full Irish breakfast, lunch and beautiful home baking are served here.

​Address: Beaufort, Co. Kerry
The Garden Café

The Garden Café, situated in the heart of Dingle opposite the church, offers hearty home cooking and home baking at affordable prices

​Address: Dingle, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 87 7815126​Website:
The Wren's Nest Coffee House and Garden

The Wren's Nest is situated in a unique traditional Irish cottage, just off Main Street in Dingle, with a lovely secluded flower garden.

​Address: Dingle, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 86 1773119
Kerry has no shortage of establishments in which to stop for a pint and a bit of craic. Most pubs provide food during the day and many have live entertainment at night. So whether you are looking for a sing-along Killarney style, or a good trad session, or just a quiet pint, you are sure to find it in Kerry
Buckley’s Bar

In the Arbutus Hotel Buckley’s is a good place to catch some traditional music and there are nightly sessions from June to September.

​Address: College Street, Killarney, Co Kerry​Phone: +353 64 31037​Website:
O’ Connor’s

O’ Connor’s is a popular spot for a pint and some craic. Entertainment starts nightly at 2130 and varies, from traditional music to theatre, poetry and comedy.

​Address: 7 High Street, Killarney, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 31115

An attractive, traditional style, wood lined bar, popular with visitors and locals. There is a traditional music session on Thursday nights and DJs at the weekend.

​Address: 24 Plunkett Street, Killarney, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 32689​Website:
The Laurel’s

This warm, old world family run pub provides hearty home-made food and musical entertainment at night. Popular with both tourists and locals.

​Address: Main Street, Killarney, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 31149​Website:
Kate Kearney’s Cottage

Famous for her wicked brews, Kate Kearney’s legacy lives on in her cottage. Nestled at the entrance to the magnificent Gap of Dunloe, the cottage offers full bar facilities and bar food, as well as crafts for sale and traditional entertainment during the summer months.

​Address: Gap of Dunloe, Beaufort, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 44146​Website:
The Granary

One of Killarney’s most popular music venues, The Granary attracts top Irish acts. With the choice of a restaurant upstairs and pub grub in the bar, The Granary provides a full evening’s entertainment.

​Address: The Pound, Touhills Lane, Beech Road, Killarney, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 20075​Website:

Killarney’s primary cabaret venue, Gleneagle’s hosts the big names and is a great place to catch a show. There is also a late night disco for those who want to continue to the wee hours.

​Address: Muckross Road, Killarney. Co. Kerry​Phone: + 353 64 66 71555 ​Website:
McSorley’s Nite Club

McSorley’s is a popular choice for music lovers, attracting some great live bands, both local and national. There is a nightclub upstairs and usually traditional music in the main bar.

​Address: College Street, Killarney, Co Kerry​Phone: +353 64 39770​Website:
The Killarney Grand

The Grand provides traditional music in the bar until 23:00, and then turns into a disco with live music and DJs until 0300. Admission is free until 23:00.

​Address: Main Street, Killarney, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 64 31159​Website:
Bunkers Bar and Restaurant

All major sports and horse racing shown on the big screen TVs and live entertainment takes place in the bar at weekends. Free Traditional Irish Music Session take place every Sunday afternoon - All musicians welcome.

​Address: Iveragh Road, Killorglin, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9761381
Baily's Corner

Baily’s Corner is located on Castle Street the bustling main shopping street in the historic centre of Tralee. During the day it’s the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of Kerry’s county capital and enjoy the banter

​Address: Tralee, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 7126230​Website:
Spillane's Bar & Restaurant

Spillane’s is a long established family-run, family friendly, bar & restaurant on the scenic Maharees Peninsula.

​Address: Castlegregory, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 7139125​Website:
Munster Bar

The Munster Bar, Tralee, was opened in 1875 and derived its name from its proximity to the Ballymullen Army Barracks which was home to the "Munster Fusiliers" Brigade of the British Army.

​Address: Tralee, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 7123257
O'Grady's Canberra House

Canberra House is a family run business which was established in 1953 and remains a thriving Irish pub with plenty of guest accommodation. Your hosts Catherine & Stephen O'Grady are always on hand to lend a hand.

​Address: Killorglin, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9762012​Website:
Larkins Pub Restaurant B&B

Larkin's Pub and Restaurant is nestled in the heart of Kerry between the McGillycuddys Reeks and the Dingle Peninsula. With a cosy pub, approved accommodation and a great lunch and dinner menu Larkins is the place to plan your Kerry adventure.

​Address: Milltown, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9767217​Website:
Fertha Bar and Restaurant

"Between the hills & sea" A family run establishments located in the Town centre close to free car parking. Known locally for serving traditional meals in a friendly setting it also caters for those with a more modern palate. A definite stop.

​Address: Cahersiveen, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9472023
Sammys Bar

A warm welcome awaits you at the family run Sammy’s Bar on Inch Beach. Serving an extensive range of freshly prepared, locally sourced cuisine and full bar and café drinks menu, complemented by the breathtaking panoramic views of Dingle Peninsula. Location:

​Address: Inch, Co. Kerry​Website:
Bianconi Inn

Bianconi Inn is a family run inn located in Kilorglin, on the Ring of Kerry. It's an ideal gateway to the Dingle Peninsula and Killarney area.

​Address: Killorglin, Co. Kerry​Phone: +353 66 9761146​Website:
In the larger towns of Tralee and Killarney, there is a large selection of international high-street and designer shops, along with a fantastic selection of specialist shops and unique boutiques. The smaller villages and countryside are dotted with a wonderful selection of art and craft studios. The traditional Irish knitwear and shimmering cut-crystal are still widely available and always make wonderful gifts. But they have been complemented by stylish new companions. The woollen goods have new styles, thanks to vibrant new colours and textures. Crystal and hand-blown glass are found in glorious new designs and intriguing shapes. Crafts have always been part of the Irish shopping scene, but never in such profusion and of such high quality as now. Designer knitwear, jewellery, ceramics, and the full range of art have been infused with an impressive 21st century style, without sacrificing their distinctive Celtic touch. More and more craft studios are welcoming visitors to meet the artist and see their work in progress. World-class shopping, but with a uniquely Irish air, awaits you in Kerry. So much to buy, so little time.
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