Mid Kerry – Where the mountains meet the sea

If you are in Mid Kerry visiting you are in the right place. Mid Kerry has grown over the years and has some fantastic choice for visitors, from Accommodation, Restaurants, Golf, Water Activities, Cycling, Hill Walking, Carrauntoohil, Horse Riding and plenty visitor attractions to keep you busy. There is something for everyone at every age in Mid Kerry.
Let us guide you around Mid Kerry visiting as much or as little as you want. You can take a short 2 hr tour or you can take a long tour depending on your time and schedule. We tailor the tour for you. To book a trip you can contact us on facebook, twitter, email or Phone. Here is a snap shot or some of the area’s you might like to visit in Mid Kerry and close surrounds..

 

Annascaul & Inch
Annascaul boost an array of archaeological remains, standing stones and ring forts to name a few.
Inch famous for its 6 km beach and surfing among other amazing sites.

 

Dooks & Cromane
Beautiful scenes an both so individual. Dooks has a very famous Golf Course if you fancy a game or even just a visit to see the setting. Cromane is a small fishing village and very central to the Ring of Kerry.

 

Keel, Boolteens & Castlemaine
With fantastic views of the Sliabh Mish Mountains it’s certainly worth a stop to take it all in. Castlemaine itself famous for its “Wild Colonial Boy” the infamous Jack Duggan and no surprise that there is a pub in the village called after him.

 

Glenbeigh & Rossbeigh
Stunning scenery and ideal for walking and visiting its fantastic beach with the Kids. Hosts a lovely play area and facilities for visitors which the locals are very proud of. Glenbeigh is a lovely village surrounded by smaller mountains again a lovely day out perhaps on Seefin. The beach is also famous for its annual Races in late August and this certainly brings a crowd and the locals enjoy showcasing their village to the visiting tourists.

 

Glencar & Caragh Lake
Glencar is walkers and climbers paradise hosting the MacGillycuddy Reeks and parts of the Kerry Way walking route. Quiet and tranquil area off the beaten track. Caragh Lake as it sounds has an amazing Lake and the Caragh River. Beautiful setting on the lake and it offers boat hire and activity to truly experience the area.

 

Killorglin
Set on the River Laune and the home of Puck Fair. King Puck/Puck Fair is one of the oldest festivals in Ireland, running over 3 days every August 10th, 11th and 12th, you definitely have to experience it at least once. Killorglin is an ideal central location for touring all of Mid Kerry and offers great accommodation, restaurants, pubs, shops and entertainment all year round. Its 20 minutes from Kerry International Airport and Killarney Train Station.

 

Beaufort, Gap of Dunloe, Black Valley & the Reeks
Famous for many things one of which is our Mountain Carrauntoohil, although accessible from other areas it originates here. Beaufort once a film location before WW1 and housed the O’Kalem’s Movie studio. Home also to the Ogham stones, the beautiful gap of dunloe which is best seen on a horse and cart. A hive of history in this part of Mid Kerry. And perhaps a spot of Whiskey tasting at O’Sullians – The Beaufort Bar. Embrace Mid Kerry!
Links I’d like to jot in around the place.



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