Ring of Kerry / Killarney
The Ring of Kerry is a tourist trail in County Kerry. It starts in Killarney and covers a distance of 179km, travelling through the towns of Killorglin, Glenbeigh, Waterville, Sneem, Caherdaniel and Cahersiveen. The Ring of Kerry is a scenic insight into ancient Ireland and some of Kerry's best–known tourist attractions are en route including The Gap of Dungloe, Torc Waterfall, Muckross House, Ladies Gap, Staigue Fort, Molls Gap and Derrynane House.
Killarney is a beautifully vibrant town that has been welcoming guests for over 250 years. Killarney is a destination with so much to offer from the Copper Mines at Ross Island, where copper mined here provided the very first metal to be used in Ireland over 4000 years ago, the distinguished Ross Castle, a famous Killarney landmark situated on the shores of Lough Leane, the Muckross Traditional Farms, full working examples of rural Irish life in the 1930's before electricity to the hauntingly beautiful neo–gothic St. Mary's Cathedral, which was partially used as a shelter and hospital for the sick & dying during the Great Famine.
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