“My heart is looped around the Rutted hills”

Sigerson Clifford

“The long light shakes across the lakes”

Alfred Lord Tennyson

“Angels fold their wings and rest,
in that Eden of the west”

Edmund Falconer

“Beauty’s home”, Killarney

Edmund Falconer

“There are only two real kingdoms

the Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Kerry”

 

 

John B. Keane

Experience Killarney… its beauty, its people, its culture, its heart. Journey to the centre of this special place where magic lives, nature loves and visitors and locals alike pause to catch their breath.

Kayaking

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Golfing

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Falconry

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What's
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Check out these upcoming acts that will be performing LIVE in Killarney.

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Don't
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You won't want to miss Gemma Hayes in the INEC Club this April 19th.

April 19, 2024 - 19:30

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Live
Comedy

The hilarious Neil Delamere performs live at the INEC Club this May

May 3, 2024 - 19:30

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The
Best

Margo returns to the Gleneagle INEC Arena on April 28th with tall her hits.

April 28, 2023 - 19:30

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It's
Back

Bikefest returns to Killarney this 31st May – 2nd June

May 31, 2024 - 19:30

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Tribute
Act

"Remembering Joe". The hit Joe Dolan Tribute Show returns to the Gleneagle Ballroom August 17th.

August 17, 2023 - 19:30

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Live at
The Gleneagle

See this year's Gig Guide for the INEC and Gleneagle!

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Muckross House and Gardens

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Muckross Traditional Farms

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Ross Castle

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Torc Waterfall

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Killarney Town

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Demesne

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Muckross Abbey

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Innisfallen Island

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Lakes of Killarney

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Ring of Kerry

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The Gleneagle Hotel

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The Gleneagle Apartments

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The Brehon

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Scotts Hotel

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Hotel Sixty Seven

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Killegy Woods

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Torc Mountain

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Demesne Trails

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Muckross Lake Loop

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Mangerton Mountain

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Cardiac Hill

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Old Kenmare Road

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Blue Pool

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Ross Island Trails

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📸 • muckrossrc This is how every monday feels #capsize #mondaymotivation #generationrowing #rowingworkout #row #lovekillarney  #rowingcelebration #rowingbible #muckrossrc #drills #sportlife

📸 • muckrossrc This is how every monday feels #capsize #mondaymotivation #generationrowing #rowingworkout #row #lovekillarney #rowingcelebration #rowingbible #muckrossrc #drills #sportlife ...

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Iggy got us both checked in to the fabulous *Dog Friendly* Dromhall Hotel this afternoon!
A late 50th present from herself to me. 
We left Dingle this morning and covered a lot of ground on our way to Killarney, so we'll be resting up tonight in style!
Sheep's Head is our destination for tomorrow evening, with as much as possible packed in between!

killarneydromhallhotel
Killarney
Co. Kerry
gocar_ireland

Iggy got us both checked in to the fabulous *Dog Friendly* Dromhall Hotel this afternoon!
A late 50th present from herself to me.
We left Dingle this morning and covered a lot of ground on our way to Killarney, so we`ll be resting up tonight in style!
Sheep`s Head is our destination for tomorrow evening, with as much as possible packed in between!

killarneydromhallhotel
Killarney
Co. Kerry
gocar_ireland
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We just drove through the Gap of Dunloe (magical!!), the Black Valley, Moll's Gap and we are currently at the Dog Friendly, Dinis Cafe, in Muckross.
This is a beautiful stop off for walkers/cyclists, plus there's a water station and treats for our canine companions too!
* Another lucky find! *

diniscottagetearooms
Muckross
Killarney National Park
Co. Kerry

We just drove through the Gap of Dunloe (magical!!), the Black Valley, Moll`s Gap and we are currently at the Dog Friendly, Dinis Cafe, in Muckross.
This is a beautiful stop off for walkers/cyclists, plus there`s a water station and treats for our canine companions too!
* Another lucky find! *

diniscottagetearooms
Muckross
Killarney National Park
Co. Kerry
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This feels soooo good! This is one of my favourite techniques from the world of structural integration (of which I have many). The eccentric contraction of the muscles along the side of the spine combined with the slow, deep pressure helps to not only free up restrictions but can also give you sensory feedback to move into parts of your spine that don't move so freely. We all have parts of the spine that we have blind spots to, for many athletes it's the lumbar spine (low back) to which they struggle with going into flexion because many are stuck in extension, this helps to free up the soft tissue around the low back so that the spine is able to explore those ranges of motion more easily. This technique is not only good for athletes though everyone can benefit from a spine that is able to move more freely.

This feels soooo good! This is one of my favourite techniques from the world of structural integration (of which I have many). The eccentric contraction of the muscles along the side of the spine combined with the slow, deep pressure helps to not only free up restrictions but can also give you sensory feedback to move into parts of your spine that don`t move so freely. We all have parts of the spine that we have blind spots to, for many athletes it`s the lumbar spine (low back) to which they struggle with going into flexion because many are stuck in extension, this helps to free up the soft tissue around the low back so that the spine is able to explore those ranges of motion more easily. This technique is not only good for athletes though everyone can benefit from a spine that is able to move more freely. ...

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We had an early start from Dingle this morning, in order to enjoy a peaceful Gap of Dunloe.
This is such a magical drive! So good, we drove up it twice!
Breakfast was enjoyed on the rocks just below our car there, before we headed for Killarney, via the Black Valley, Moll's Gap, diniscottagetearooms and Killarney National Park.
Huge thanks to Tommy Griffin, Kerry footballing legend, for the accommodation at his dog friendly muiris_dans Bar in Dingle last night!
Iggy has just surprised me with her delayed 50th birthday present to me! So tonight, we're staying at the *Dog Friendly* Dromhall Hotel!

killarneydromhallhotel
Killarney
Co. Kerry
gocar_ireland

We had an early start from Dingle this morning, in order to enjoy a peaceful Gap of Dunloe.
This is such a magical drive! So good, we drove up it twice!
Breakfast was enjoyed on the rocks just below our car there, before we headed for Killarney, via the Black Valley, Moll`s Gap, diniscottagetearooms and Killarney National Park.
Huge thanks to Tommy Griffin, Kerry footballing legend, for the accommodation at his dog friendly muiris_dans Bar in Dingle last night!
Iggy has just surprised me with her delayed 50th birthday present to me! So tonight, we`re staying at the *Dog Friendly* Dromhall Hotel!

killarneydromhallhotel
Killarney
Co. Kerry
gocar_ireland
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One of the most beautiful drives I've ever driven!

The Gap of Dunloe (photo) 
The Black Valley
Moll's Gap
Kissane Sheep Farm
Killarney Lakes
diniscottagetearooms @
Muckross Lake 
Torc Waterfall &
killarneydromhallhotel

Huge thanks to gocar_ireland for making this all possible. 🙏

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One of the most beautiful drives I`ve ever driven!

The Gap of Dunloe (photo)
The Black Valley
Moll`s Gap
Kissane Sheep Farm
Killarney Lakes
diniscottagetearooms @
Muckross Lake
Torc Waterfall &
killarneydromhallhotel

Huge thanks to gocar_ireland for making this all possible. 🙏
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There are not many things that match the experience of riding your bike around Ross Castle and Ross Island during the summer while the sun splits the stones ☀  You can also catch some rays and admire the ducks by the lakeshore while down at Ross Castle 😎
📸:@nelly.ontheroad 🙌 
📍: Ross Castle 
#lovekillarney #lovekillarney #ToursimIreland #LoveIreland #FailteIreland #KeepDiscovering #Fillyourheartwithireland #Explorethekingdom #Kerry #KillarneyNationalPark #IrelandTravel #IrelandDaily #StayandWander #Wildatlanticway #InstaIreland #Irlande #Ireland_gram #Bestirelandpics #travelphotography #travel #photography #irelandaily #linkinbio #thefullirish_

There are not many things that match the experience of riding your bike around Ross Castle and Ross Island during the summer while the sun splits the stones ☀ You can also catch some rays and admire the ducks by the lakeshore while down at Ross Castle 😎
📸:@nelly.ontheroad 🙌
📍: Ross Castle
#lovekillarney #lovekillarney #ToursimIreland #LoveIreland #FailteIreland #KeepDiscovering #Fillyourheartwithireland #Explorethekingdom #Kerry #KillarneyNationalPark #IrelandTravel #IrelandDaily #StayandWander #Wildatlanticway #InstaIreland #Irlande #Ireland_gram #Bestirelandpics #travelphotography #travel #photography #irelandaily #linkinbio #thefullirish_
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Killarney is a town on the shores of Lough Leane in southwest Ireland’s County Kerry. It’s a stop on the Ring of Kerry scenic drive, and the start and finishing point of the 200-km Kerry Way walking trail. The town's 19th-century buildings include St. Mary’s Cathedral. Across the bridge from the cathedral is Killarney National Park. Victorian mansion Muckross House, Gardens & Traditional Farms sits in the park.

#killarney #killarneynationalpark #loughleane #kerryclimbing #killarneytour #intercambioirlanda #intercambio #lovekillarney #sunset #pordosol #ringofkerry #mavicpro2 #dji #dronephotography #loveireland #lovekerry #irish_daily #irishtourism #irishtour #bestirelandpics #lakes #rosscastle #irishhistory #discoveryireland #icu_ireland #irishpassion

Killarney is a town on the shores of Lough Leane in southwest Ireland’s County Kerry. It’s a stop on the Ring of Kerry scenic drive, and the start and finishing point of the 200-km Kerry Way walking trail. The town`s 19th-century buildings include St. Mary’s Cathedral. Across the bridge from the cathedral is Killarney National Park. Victorian mansion Muckross House, Gardens & Traditional Farms sits in the park.

#killarney #killarneynationalpark #loughleane #kerryclimbing #killarneytour #intercambioirlanda #intercambio #lovekillarney #sunset #pordosol #ringofkerry #mavicpro2 #dji #dronephotography #loveireland #lovekerry #irish_daily #irishtourism #irishtour #bestirelandpics #lakes #rosscastle #irishhistory #discoveryireland #icu_ireland #irishpassion
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Can you tell I’m happy about this class weather we’re having right now… Summer 2021 is never ending 🤸🏻‍♀️

Can you tell I’m happy about this class weather we’re having right now… Summer 2021 is never ending 🤸🏻‍♀️ ...

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Lakes of Killarney .Ireland..
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Lakes of Killarney .Ireland..
. #natgeohub #ig_shotz_magic #photography_love #skerries #skerriesbeach #skerriesdublin #dublinphotographer #landscapephotography #discover_earth #discoverireland #expolore #sunrise_sunset_photogroup #sunrise_sunset #canonireland #killarney #killarneyireland #lovekillarney #killarneynationalpark #
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Save This Post For Your Next Visit To Killarney👇🏼👇🏼 A secluded swim spot at the beautiful Torc Waterfall 💦: take the steps to the left of the main view point of the waterfall (the one nearest the car park) and follow them until the bridge. Climb down to the left & you’ll find this spot with no tourists around it and a easy enough gradient in the walkway for getting in for a gorgeous dip x

Save This Post For Your Next Visit To Killarney👇🏼👇🏼 A secluded swim spot at the beautiful Torc Waterfall 💦: take the steps to the left of the main view point of the waterfall (the one nearest the car park) and follow them until the bridge. Climb down to the left & you’ll find this spot with no tourists around it and a easy enough gradient in the walkway for getting in for a gorgeous dip x ...

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Mood booster pro tip: 
A swim in a new location, moody scenes and the McGillycuddy Reeks as a backdrop 🧜🏼‍♀️👌🏼

Mood booster pro tip:
A swim in a new location, moody scenes and the McGillycuddy Reeks as a backdrop 🧜🏼‍♀️👌🏼
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Torc Waterfall, Killarney

#torcwaterfall #torcwaterfallkillarney #torcwaterfallwalk #torc #waterfall #waterfallphotography #wasserfall #killarney #killarneynationalpark #lovekillarney #ireland #irelandtravel #irelandphotography #irelandtrip #visitireland #irelandgram #ringofkerrytour #ringofkerry #igersireland #langzeitbelichtung #irland #landscapephotography #landschaftsfotografie #langzeitbelichtungwasser #longexposureoftheday #longexpohunter #longexpo_addiction  #ireland_exploring #reiselust #wandern 

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Torc Waterfall, Killarney

#torcwaterfall #torcwaterfallkillarney #torcwaterfallwalk #torc #waterfall #waterfallphotography #wasserfall #killarney #killarneynationalpark #lovekillarney #ireland #irelandtravel #irelandphotography #irelandtrip #visitireland #irelandgram #ringofkerrytour #ringofkerry #igersireland #langzeitbelichtung #irland #landscapephotography #landschaftsfotografie #langzeitbelichtungwasser #longexposureoftheday #longexpohunter #longexpo_addiction #ireland_exploring #reiselust #wandern

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Ross Castle

Ross Castle sits on the edge of Killarney’s lower lake and was built by O’Donoghue Mór in the 15th century. The Castle came into the hands of the Brownes who became the Earls of Kenmare and owned an extensive portion of the lands that are now part of Killarney National Park . Legend has it that O’Donoghue still exists in a deep slumber under the waters of Lough Leane. On the first morning of May every seven years he rises from the lake on his magnificent white horse and circles the lake. Anyone catching a glimpse of him is said to be assured of good fortune for the rest of their lives. The large rock at the entrance to the bay is known as O’Donoghue’s prison. Ross Castle was the last stronghold in Munster to hold out against Cromwell. It was eventually taken by General Ludlow in 1652.

#ireland #rosscastle #killarney #castle #killarneynationalpark #travel #kerry #nature #discoverireland #visitireland #wanderlust #photography #rosscastlekillarney #tourismireland #ringofkerry #loveireland #travelphotography #landscape #irelandtravel #irish #instaireland #lake #ig_ireland #wildatlanticway #ireland_gram #wanderireland #lovekillarney #love #beautifuldestinations #bestirelandpics

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Ross Castle

Ross Castle sits on the edge of Killarney’s lower lake and was built by O’Donoghue Mór in the 15th century. The Castle came into the hands of the Brownes who became the Earls of Kenmare and owned an extensive portion of the lands that are now part of Killarney National Park . Legend has it that O’Donoghue still exists in a deep slumber under the waters of Lough Leane. On the first morning of May every seven years he rises from the lake on his magnificent white horse and circles the lake. Anyone catching a glimpse of him is said to be assured of good fortune for the rest of their lives. The large rock at the entrance to the bay is known as O’Donoghue’s prison. Ross Castle was the last stronghold in Munster to hold out against Cromwell. It was eventually taken by General Ludlow in 1652.

#ireland #rosscastle #killarney #castle #killarneynationalpark #travel #kerry #nature #discoverireland #visitireland #wanderlust #photography #rosscastlekillarney #tourismireland #ringofkerry #loveireland #travelphotography #landscape #irelandtravel #irish #instaireland #lake #ig_ireland #wildatlanticway #ireland_gram #wanderireland #lovekillarney #love #beautifuldestinations #bestirelandpics
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Quite a lot of people categorise themselves as introverts or extroverts, or extraverted introverts and vice versa. I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m an “activityvert” 😅 I’m most energised when I’m exploring new places, swimming in new locations, hiking mountains or staying busy doing the things I love outdoors 🤸🏻‍♀️

Anyone else here feel like they fall under the “activityvert” category?

📍Torc Mountain, Killarney, Co. Kerry

Quite a lot of people categorise themselves as introverts or extroverts, or extraverted introverts and vice versa. I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m an “activityvert” 😅 I’m most energised when I’m exploring new places, swimming in new locations, hiking mountains or staying busy doing the things I love outdoors 🤸🏻‍♀️

Anyone else here feel like they fall under the “activityvert” category?

📍Torc Mountain, Killarney, Co. Kerry
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Ross Castle sits on the edge of Killarney’s lower lake and was built by O’Donoghue Mór in the 15th century. The Castle came into the hands of the Brownes who became the Earls of Kenmare and owned an extensive portion of the lands that are now part of Killarney National Park . Legend has it that O’Donoghue still exists in a deep slumber under the waters of Lough Leane. On the first morning of May every seven years he rises from the lake on his magnificent white horse and circles the lake. Anyone catching a glimpse of him is said to be assured of good fortune for the rest of their lives. The large rock at the entrance to the bay is known as O’Donoghue’s prison. Ross Castle was the last stronghold in Munster to hold out against Cromwell. It was eventually taken by General Ludlow in 1652.
Ross Castle is open to the public during the summer months. Details from Ross Castle, Killarney, Co. Kerry
Telephone No: +353 64 6635851 Fax: +353 64 6635852 Email: rosscastle@opw.ie
By car, Ross Castle can be reached via a signposted right turn off the N71 travelling south from Killarney town or by walking or cycling from the Killarney House and Knockreer sections of the National Park. Jaunting cars also make the journey and are available at the jaunting car stand in the town.
Boat trips from Ross and Reen piers to Innisfallen on the Lower Lake and
to Lord Brandon’s Cottage on the Upper Lake
Two Waterbuses depart from Ross pier for trips on the Lower Lake – Sailing Times at the Piers
https://www.killarneynationalpark.ie/visit-us/ross-castle/
#rosscastle #killarney #killarneynationalpark #castles #irish_daily #irishcastles #castelos #medieval #vikings #celtics #kerryclimbing #kerrytourism #bestirelandpics #killarneytour #intercambioirlanda #intercambio #lovekillarney #castelos #viajar #ferias #vacation #tripadvisor #trip #irishpassion #loveireland #nightphotography #mavicpro2 #dji #ringofkerry #cokerry

Ross Castle sits on the edge of Killarney’s lower lake and was built by O’Donoghue Mór in the 15th century. The Castle came into the hands of the Brownes who became the Earls of Kenmare and owned an extensive portion of the lands that are now part of Killarney National Park . Legend has it that O’Donoghue still exists in a deep slumber under the waters of Lough Leane. On the first morning of May every seven years he rises from the lake on his magnificent white horse and circles the lake. Anyone catching a glimpse of him is said to be assured of good fortune for the rest of their lives. The large rock at the entrance to the bay is known as O’Donoghue’s prison. Ross Castle was the last stronghold in Munster to hold out against Cromwell. It was eventually taken by General Ludlow in 1652.
Ross Castle is open to the public during the summer months. Details from Ross Castle, Killarney, Co. Kerry
Telephone No: +353 64 6635851 Fax: +353 64 6635852 Email: rosscastle@opw.ie
By car, Ross Castle can be reached via a signposted right turn off the N71 travelling south from Killarney town or by walking or cycling from the Killarney House and Knockreer sections of the National Park. Jaunting cars also make the journey and are available at the jaunting car stand in the town.
Boat trips from Ross and Reen piers to Innisfallen on the Lower Lake and
to Lord Brandon’s Cottage on the Upper Lake
Two Waterbuses depart from Ross pier for trips on the Lower Lake – Sailing Times at the Piers
https://www.killarneynationalpark.ie/visit-us/ross-castle/
#rosscastle #killarney #killarneynationalpark #castles #irish_daily #irishcastles #castelos #medieval #vikings #celtics #kerryclimbing #kerrytourism #bestirelandpics #killarneytour #intercambioirlanda #intercambio #lovekillarney #castelos #viajar #ferias #vacation #tripadvisor #trip #irishpassion #loveireland #nightphotography #mavicpro2 #dji #ringofkerry #cokerry
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What a beautiful photo of Ross Castle, Killarney captured by  markfletch_80

"First morning light hitting Ross Castle."

Ross Castle sits on the edge of Killarney’s lower lake and was built by O’Donoghue Mór in the 15th century. The Castle came into the hands of the Brownes who became the Earls of Kenmare and owned an extensive portion of the lands that are now part of Killarney National Park . Legend has it that O’Donoghue still exists in a deep slumber under the waters of Lough Leane. On the first morning of May every seven years he rises from the lake on his magnificent white horse and circles the lake. Anyone catching a glimpse of him is said to be assured of good fortune for the rest of their lives. The large rock at the entrance to the bay is known as O’Donoghue’s prison. Ross Castle was the last stronghold in Munster to hold out against Cromwell. It was eventually taken by General Ludlow in 1652.
Ross Castle is open to the public during the summer months. Details from Ross Castle, Killarney, Co. Kerry
Telephone No: +353 64 6635851 Fax: +353 64 6635852 Email: rosscastle@opw.ie
By car, Ross Castle can be reached via a signposted right turn off the N71 travelling south from Killarney town or by walking or cycling from the Killarney House and Knockreer sections of the National Park. Jaunting cars also make the journey and are available at the jaunting car stand in the town.
Boat trips from Ross and Reen piers to Innisfallen on the Lower Lake and
to Lord Brandon’s Cottage on the Upper Lake
Two Waterbuses depart from Ross pier for trips on the Lower Lake – Sailing Times at the Piers
https://www.killarneynationalpark.ie/visit-us/ross-castle/
#rosscastle 
#killarneynationalpark 
#castles 
#irishcastles 
#castelos 
#medieval 
#vikings 
#celtics 
#kerrytourism 
#killarneytour 
#lovekillarney 
#trip 
#irishpassion 
#ringofkerry 
#insta_ireland 
#loves_ireland 
#bestofireland 
#amazing_ireland  #raw_landscape 
#raw_reflection
#lakes #ig_captures #the_full_irish_ 
#ross_castle 
#canoneosr 
#canon_photography #formatthitech

What a beautiful photo of Ross Castle, Killarney captured by markfletch_80

"First morning light hitting Ross Castle."

Ross Castle sits on the edge of Killarney’s lower lake and was built by O’Donoghue Mór in the 15th century. The Castle came into the hands of the Brownes who became the Earls of Kenmare and owned an extensive portion of the lands that are now part of Killarney National Park . Legend has it that O’Donoghue still exists in a deep slumber under the waters of Lough Leane. On the first morning of May every seven years he rises from the lake on his magnificent white horse and circles the lake. Anyone catching a glimpse of him is said to be assured of good fortune for the rest of their lives. The large rock at the entrance to the bay is known as O’Donoghue’s prison. Ross Castle was the last stronghold in Munster to hold out against Cromwell. It was eventually taken by General Ludlow in 1652.
Ross Castle is open to the public during the summer months. Details from Ross Castle, Killarney, Co. Kerry
Telephone No: +353 64 6635851 Fax: +353 64 6635852 Email: rosscastle@opw.ie
By car, Ross Castle can be reached via a signposted right turn off the N71 travelling south from Killarney town or by walking or cycling from the Killarney House and Knockreer sections of the National Park. Jaunting cars also make the journey and are available at the jaunting car stand in the town.
Boat trips from Ross and Reen piers to Innisfallen on the Lower Lake and
to Lord Brandon’s Cottage on the Upper Lake
Two Waterbuses depart from Ross pier for trips on the Lower Lake – Sailing Times at the Piers
https://www.killarneynationalpark.ie/visit-us/ross-castle/
#rosscastle
#killarneynationalpark
#castles
#irishcastles
#castelos
#medieval
#vikings
#celtics
#kerrytourism
#killarneytour
#lovekillarney
#trip
#irishpassion
#ringofkerry
#insta_ireland
#loves_ireland
#bestofireland
#amazing_ireland #raw_landscape
#raw_reflection
#lakes #ig_captures #the_full_irish_
#ross_castle
#canoneosr
#canon_photography #formatthitech
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It's really starting to look and feel like autumn in these parts. No more sleeveless dresses for me unless there's a turtleneck underneath 😂 I'm excited to be seeing a new area of Ireland the next few days in Killarney with thefullshillingblog 🍂🍂🍂 #tbexireland#lovekillarney#sgiew_autumn#quietinthewild#everydaymagic#adventurebeautifully#flashesofdelight

It`s really starting to look and feel like autumn in these parts. No more sleeveless dresses for me unless there`s a turtleneck underneath 😂 I`m excited to be seeing a new area of Ireland the next few days in Killarney with thefullshillingblog 🍂🍂🍂 #tbexireland#lovekillarney#sgiew_autumn#quietinthewild#everydaymagic#adventurebeautifully#flashesofdelight ...

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Winter Lake Morning

Working back in Killarney National Park is like hanging out with an old friend, except now they've got new stories to tell.

I'm really enjoying having another look at locations that I didn't quite get to work in for my first book , for this next one.. KINGDOM ..( definitely coming this autumn ! ) 

It was apparently very easy to overlook some amazing locations and to rule out others for being difficult to get to. Now I have the time and a bit more confidence to take them on and see them in them in the first place .

Hope everyone is doing okay and staying safe and well. If you're the new owner of a print, book or calendar this year .. do let me know and I hope it was a welcome gift !!
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#kingdombook #kingdom #kerry #killarneynationalpark #discoverkerry #lovekillarney #ireland #irish #irishart #bookproject #landscapephotography #irishlandscape #lake #tree #winter #earlymorning #peace #calm

Winter Lake Morning

Working back in Killarney National Park is like hanging out with an old friend, except now they`ve got new stories to tell.

I`m really enjoying having another look at locations that I didn`t quite get to work in for my first book , for this next one.. KINGDOM ..( definitely coming this autumn ! )

It was apparently very easy to overlook some amazing locations and to rule out others for being difficult to get to. Now I have the time and a bit more confidence to take them on and see them in them in the first place .

Hope everyone is doing okay and staying safe and well. If you`re the new owner of a print, book or calendar this year .. do let me know and I hope it was a welcome gift !!
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#kingdombook #kingdom #kerry #killarneynationalpark #discoverkerry #lovekillarney #ireland #irish #irishart #bookproject #landscapephotography #irishlandscape #lake #tree #winter #earlymorning #peace #calm
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