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The spirit of Kerry

Green hills and sparkling lakes. Bleating sheep and grazing cows in patchwork fields. Pristine beaches with golden sands and breathtaking cliffs. This treasure trove lies on Ireland's south-west coast, which explains why people come from far and wide to see the Ring of Kerry.

This scenic route around the Iveragh Peninsula begins and ends in Killarney, and is a succession of highlights: Moll's Gap, Torc Waterfall and Dunloe Pass take the cake - but in truth, the route itself is much more than a succession of sites. On this 179 km stretch of road, you'll find that every twist and turn reveals a new wonder, from lakes, rivers and waterfalls to grand mansions and castles. If you're feeling adventurous, the Ring of Kerry cycle path is one of Ireland's most famous, and there's nothing like breathing in the fresh Kerry air while taking in the incredible views all around you.



A postcard city

Billions of postcards have been sent from Killarney in the county of KERRY. 

It's the tourist city of choice in Ireland's southwest, a dynamic crossroads where paradise meets good old-fashioned anecdotes.


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Brest Bretagne
Flight time 00 h 40
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