Some of the Experiences you can find in Killarney and beyond
A Day in the Killarney National Park
Experience the beautiful Killarney National park, find your own special place. We recommend going a little bit off the tourist trail, there are so many beautiful areas in the National park.
- Visit Muckross Abbey its free
The Ring of Kerry & Skellig Ring
This could be the highlight of your trip to Ireland if you take the time to explore in a little more detail. So many unique places its very hard to pick a favourite, no doubt you will find yours.
- Walk on Derrynane Beach
A Day to relax
Take a stroll through Killarney town, find a nice Coffee Shop, Restaurant or even a Pub. You will find many Pubs in Killarney serve food. Up the lanes you will find a few nice surprises.
- Lunch at the Lakeside Bistro
Drive the Dingle Peninsula
Dingle Peninsula is the most Westerly point in Europe, and has the most Westerly beach at Coumeenole, spend some time here, regarded as one of the most scenic places in Europe.
- Pack a picnic for Coumeenole Beach
The Gap of Dunloe Tour Killarney
Experience the beautiful Gap of Dunloe, Lakes and Mountains a glacial valley leads into the Black Valley, views of the Reeks. Beyond lies Lord Brandon’s Cottage and the 22km boat journey to Ross Castle.
- Having Lunch at Lord Brandon’s cottage
Drive the Beara Peninsula
Another great Peninsula shared with our Cork neighbours, lots of windy roads with beautiful views around every corner. Boat trips to Garnish island are recommended
- Uragh Stone circle
Climb Ireland's Highest Mountain
Get a Guide of join a group and take on Ireland’s highest mountain. It’s a bit of a scramble on many parts of the climb so its suitable to experienced hikers and make sure you have a guide.
- The view and the achievement is the thing.
Horse Riding in the Killarney National park
Killarney Riding Stables have unique trails in the Killarney National park with great views. Its best to book in advance, it is very popular year round and especially in the summer months.
- You get great views of the Native Red Deer
Evening at Killarney Brewery
Who doesn’t like drinking Beer, other drinks are available also for anyone looking for something else. Very popular locally is a Pizza and Beer at the Killarney Brewing Company
- Pizzas and Beer enough said.
Surfing lessons at Inch beach
Inch beach has a very consistent swells coming in from the Atlantic and is an ideal place to learn to surf. Especially for those driving the Dingle peninsula, an hour and a half should do the trick.
- Standing up on a Surfboard for the first time.
Cycle around the Killarney National park
Cycling around the Killarney National park, it relatively flat so you can get some serious sightseeing done in half a day but we recommend take the bike for the full day. E-bikes are also available
- Getting to the quiet places in the park
Climb Killarneys Torc Mountain
Torc Mountain has possible the best view in Killarney, it is easy enough to climb in comparison to the steeper mountains. A well worn trail will get you to the top 535 meters, plenty of exercise.
- Wow the view