Category Archives: County Kerry

Exploring the Ring of Kerry

Last weekend, I went to County Kerry with one of my friend. We wanted to discover the famous Ring of Kerry, part of the Wild Atlantic Way! On Friday night we took the Dublin coach to Killarney and we have joined another friend that was already there. We rented a car and we went to discover this County on Saturday morning. We first stopped in the Killarney National Park with the Muckross House and beautiful park. Then, we went to Torc Waterfall, a famous place to visit. After a heavy rain the day before, the waterfall was even more beautiful!

Torc Waterfall

Torc Waterfall

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The Islands of the Emerald Isle

The islands of Ireland are secluded havens dotted around the beautiful island of Ireland.  With tales of pirates and ghosts, staggering coastal views, the barren beauty of the bogs, prehistoric sites lying next to early monastic settlements, each island is unique in its beauty and character – keepers of history and heritage, tradition and culture. Let’s check out the most notorious ones.

Aran Islands, Inis Meain

So next time you’re in Ireland be sure and visit some of this unique and specials jewels in the crown of Ireland…

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Summer is here!

Summer is here! Are you planning your holidays in Ireland?

Cleggan Beach

Cleggan Beach

Ireland has some stunningly beautiful beaches along its 5000km of coastline. If you are looking for a relaxing, affordable break we have selected our top 10 hotels near Ireland’s finest beaches:

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What’s On this Spring in Ireland

There is so much happening around Ireland this spring. Ireland is home to many fantastic festivals and diverse events and here we picked our favourite 5 not to be missed this April and May:

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Our Top 5 Hotels in Killarney


Dromhall Hotel Bedroom

Looking for accommodation in Killarney, Co. Kerry? Here are our Top 5 Hotels to stay at while you discover the majestic ‘Kingdom County’. Whether you are a true outdoor enthusiast, you enjoy visiting pretty towns, or want to visit Killarney National Park – you will surely like the amazing food and great leisure facilities at these hotels! Continue reading

A local’s favorites in Dingle Town!

Fungie, the Dingle Dolphin

Fungie, the Dingle Dolphin

Dingle in County Kerry is known for its vibrant character, lively pubs, great restaurants and craft shops and is situated in one of the most beautiful spots in Ireland. This small town is full of charm and character and all that is quintessentially Irish and traditional. People are warm and friendly and only too willing to help and advise and share a few friendly words.

We chatted to Ann Curran proud Kerry woman and tour-guide extraordinaire on her tips and recommendations on a visit to her home town of Dingle! Continue reading

Dingle Tradfest 2012

Dingle Trad FestDingle Tradfest returns this year after the success of the inaugural event in 2011. Kicking off on September 6th and running until September 9th in Dingle town, the festival will host a series of concerts, a themed session trail and outdoor events, which will include a session at the summit of Mount Brandon, entitled Tom Crean’s Expedition. Continue reading

May Bank Holiday Weekend coming up soon: Start planning now!

 Féile Na Bealtaine DingleHiya, May Bank Holiday Weekend is coming up so fast. I looked a bit at what there was to do in Ireland so we don’t get bored.

Last year we told you to visit a Festival, to go to the Zoo, or to go Walking, but what if it rains? All of the above are outdoor activities! So I decided to have a look at what there was to do indoors, too and I picked out some really cool things. Continue reading