Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry is one of the most famous road trips in all of Ireland. Beginning and ending in Killarney the Ring will take you to some of the most jaw-dropping locations in Kerry and across rugged landscapes. This scenic drive has countless sights to see along it and a few detours that are well worth it. The drive can take anywhere between 3 and 7 hours or you might want to really enjoy all the sights and make it a two day trip with a stay overnight along the Ring.

See the famous Kerry Cliffs, Skellig Islands, the fabulous town of Portmagee, Cahersiveen, Cahergal Stone Fort, Valentia Island,  Parknasilla, Kenmare, Gleninchaquin Park and many, many more sights before you finish your trip where you began in Killarney.

On your trip around the Ring of Kerry make sure to not only enjoy the sights but some of the wonderful food available and make sure to chat to some of the locals for a truly authentic Kerry experience.

(Remember to bring a camera for your trip)


You Should Also Check Out 

Muckross House & Gardens

An absolute marvel in the heart of Killarney National Park, found perfectly at the end of the Ring of Kerry, Muckross House and Gardens is  a 19th century Victorian Estate located on the banks of Muckross Lake. Take a tour of the house or explore the pristine gardens, this is one of the most breath taking attractions in all of County Kerry.

Torc Waterfall

One of Killarney’s most famous attractions, Torc Waterfall is an essential visit in Killarney. Loved by locals and visitors alike, the powerful waters and amazing views provide outstanding opportunities for photos.


The Ring of Kerry is littered with some of the best beaches in all of Ireland almost all of which are recipients of a Blue Flag. Rossbeigh, Inch, Dundag Derrynane and Coumeenoole are some of favourites. The perfect way to spend a nice sunny day.


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