Kerry- Tour.com gives you all the information you need to enjoy your visit to County Kerry. We've got articles on what you need to get here, how to travel around once you've arrived, and lots things you won't want to miss while you are in the Kingdom - all this plus great offers on car hire and accommodation. Kerry is a great county to visit from Dingle Peninsula to Killarney National Park, Valentia Island to swimming with fungie the dolphin. There is a wide range of things to see and do during the day. At night live music and "craic" abound in the pubs. Being so close to the sea, Kerry has many fine sea food restaurants and whether you choice of accommodation is hotels, B&Bs, hostels, caravan park or campsite you'll find a warm welcome throughout County Kerry. . If there is anything else you would like to see on Kerry-tour.com get in touch with us here and let us know, we hope you enjoy your visit to Kerry....
The Blasket Islands situated 3km off Dingle Peninsula form part of County Kerry. The largest island of the archipelago - An Blascaod Mór is 6.4 km long and 1.6 km wide. The Island has a rich heritage however due to continued immigration of its young people, the island was abandoned in 1953 when the population fell to 22.
The traditional application of falconry has been to take a Bird of Prey, train it and then attempt to catch wild quarry with it. Although our guided walks with hawks experience, is not a hunting expedition, it is a leisurely stroll through the majestic settings of Killarney with falconer and hawk/or team of hawks and shows the ability of trained birds and their relationship with their human partners.
Listowel Castle, located right in the centre of Listowel town, is a partially restored 15th Century castle with a fascinating history:
The castle was built in the 1400's by the Fitzmaurice's – a powerful Norman family. The Fitzmaurices were cousins of the Fitzgeralds, the 'Earls of Desmond', who ruled almost the whole province of Munster in South West Ireland.
The Dingle Pennisula is the home of the oldest Coach Company in Kerry. Kennedy Coaches was established in 1950 and is now operated by Paddy & Patrick Kennedy. With over 60 years experience in the coach business we have a proven record in providing a reliable, friendly & professional service.