Ring of Kerry

Welcome to Ring of Kerry

Top things to see and do

The Kerry Way

At over 200km,The Kerry Way is one of ireland's most popular signpost walking trails and passes through some of the most dramatic landscapes in the country.

Derrynane House and National Park

The ancestral home of Daniel O'Connell, this park has a museum dedicated to this leading historical Irish figure, which is also surrounded by beautiful subtropical gardens.

The Gardens of Dereen, Derrynane, Kells Bay and Glanleam

These gardens contain some of the finest collections of plant life in Europe in estates rich in history.

Old Barracks Heritage Centre

With a rich history dating back to 1870, these barracks are home to a range of interesting exhibitions including one dedicated to The Scarlet Pimpernel, Monsignor Hugh O'Flaherty.

Sneem Sculpture Garden

See the work of Vivienne Roch, Alan Hall and Tamara Rikman at this treasure trove of international sculpture near the village of Sneem.

Waterville Promenade & the Charlie Chaplin statue

Stroll around Waterville and take in the surrounding scenery while you visit the friendly bars, restaurants, village market and the unmistakeable Charlie Chaplin statue.

Kerry Geopark

The unique landscape of the Kerry Geopark is rich in history and culture, but also boasts a range of features to explore including some ancient archaelogical sites.

Staigue Fort

Three miles from Caherdaniel, just before Castlecove, the Staigue Fort is an archaeological site in excellent condition and is not to be missed.

Corran Tuathail and the McGillycuddy Reeks

All over the Ring of Kerry, there are guides to take you to Ireland's highest peak in the Mcgillycuddy Reeks, which is a great location to see some spectacular views of the surround landscape

Sneem Family Festival

Family memories are created here for all generations at the fun packed Sneem Family Festival in July-don't forget to bring the wellies!


Ring of Kerry