Ring of Kerry, it’s about getting more from your holiday


Ring of Kerry is a superb world famous circular tourist route (road) in Ireland; it is one of the Ireland’s most popular destinations. Ring of Kerry is not an ordinary road; it has a dramatic history of 10,000 years.
As the location of Ring of Kerry facing the mighty Atlantic Ocean, it provides various time-spending activities like Golf, water-sports, cycling, walking, running, riding, photography and ,many more. Ring of Kerry is a road that takes you from deep forest to the crashing waters of the wild Atlantic.

Driving is challenging in circuit
Landscapes will blow minds of visitors; Ring of Kerry is paradise for photographers because it provides them great opportunities to capture superb photographs. Not only natural sceneries, there are historic sites along the route which are worth seeing.
You don’t have a car or a bike?
There is no need to worry, tour operators offer daily tours from Dublin city to the Ring of Kerry including the main areas of interest along the way such as the Gap of Dunloe, Killorglin, Dingle Bay, Waterville, Killarney National Park, Torc Waterfall and Killarney itself. All the tour buses run counter clockwise, as in many places there is no way two could pass each other.

Tour circuit
Another superb attraction nearby Ring of Kerry is Skellig Michael, it is 6th century monastic settlement on a small Island. The boat ride takes 30-40 minutes each way and you get to spend approx. two hours on the island. There is a little museum close by on the mainland with an audio video show about the monastery and its history.

Sheep along the Ring of Kerry. © Bernard Golden/Alamy

Ravishing landscape
It’s a road that shows you the real meaning of a holiday in Kerry, Ireland. For many travellers such tours can provide the independence they want with the structure and local insight that makes for a relaxing tour. 8 hours is sufficient to complete the trip, which allows for a leisurely pace (the best pace around here) with regular stops for coffee or short walks and time to go a little off track if something catches your eye.

Cahergall Stone Fort
Its spectacular beauty is beyond question and it is a natural centre for outdoor pursuits. In simple, the Ring of Kerry provides an amazing insight into the ancient heritage as well as modern legacy of Ireland.


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