Kerry, perhaps the most popular tourist destination in Ireland, is also considered by many to be the most beautiful. From the spectacular Ring of Kerry, to the extraordinary 25,000 acre Killarney National Park - home to Muckross House, to beauty spots like the Gap of Dunloe and Torc Waterfall, Kerry is replete in awe inspiring natural beauty. The country is rich in archealogical treasures too, none more famous than the 6th century Skelligs UNESCO World Heritage Site, 12km off the southwest coast of Ireland. Among the many world class visitor attractions that have been developed recently are The Geraldine Experience and the Kerry County Museum in Tralee, Derrynane House, The Old Barracks Heritage Centre, Cahersiveen, the Skellig Experience and the Great Blasket Island Interpretative Centre.
North Kerry is the hidden treasure of the beautirful South West, genius in literature, poetry, music, art and theatre, its towns and villages are home to a dazzling array of visitor attractions, festivals and vibrant performances.
North Kerry is the ideal venue for a family holiday, rain or sunshine, the visitor has a broad variety of all weather attractions they can enjoy, like exploring the underground in Crag Cave, riding in the indoor rapids at the Aqua Dome, experiencing times past at the Kerry County Museum and discovering a unique form of travel aboard the Lartigue Monorail.