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What's on in Killarney

 
Dingle & Slea Head
 
This route has the most rugged Atlantic coastline in Kerry and embraces prehistoric huts.
Slea Head is the most westerly point in Europe. Flora and wildlife abound in the area which
is also an Irish speaking region - authentic Ireland at its best. A stob will be made in Dingle town.
(Cortesy pick up at the front desk)
 
Ring of Kerry
 
This tour cirecles the magnificent MacGillycuddy Reeks mountain range through its many passes
and valleys along the Atlantic shores of Dingle Bay and Kenmare Bay. Many picturesque villages
such as Glenbeigh, Waterville and Sneem dot the route. Return by the famous Lakes of Killarney
and Ledies View and through the oakwoods of the extensive National Park.

(Cortesy pick up at the reception

Gap of Dunloe
 
Tour begins by coach to Kate Kearney's Cottage where ponies and pony carriages may by hired
for the journey through the 11km pass. An ideal walking trail which is not too strenuous.
Boats await at the Gearhameen river for the homeward journey via the enchanting upper, Middle
and Lower Lakes to historic Ross Castle where coaches will convey visitors to town.

Christmas in Killarney 2014

This year Killarney will be celebrating the 9th anniversary of the first Christmas in Killarney Festival.
What started out as a scheme back in 2005 to buy new Christmas lighting for the town, Christmas in Killarney
has become the pivotal winter festival with a myriad of offerings for the young and old.

www.christmasinkillarney.com