The Ring of Kerry

I’m staying at home for this week’s travel post and I’m looking at part of the Ring of Kerry, mainly Kenmare, Killarney and the drive between them.

I’ve been to this area so many times, I can’t even try to put a number on it. And I’ve been there in all kinds of weather. I always feel that tourists are lucky if they see Kerry in good weather, but it actually doesn’t matter. It can be spectacular in bad weather also.

If you’re looking for the famous forty shades of green and open space, this is the place to go. It’s also famous for red deer, as you can see in one of the photos above. There are plenty of places to stop along the way and take photos, as well as the towns to be explored, like Kenmare.

The national park has everything you could ask for and hikes for all different levels. We don’t have amazing waterfalls in Ireland, so we have to do with Torc waterfall. It is very pretty though and the views are great!

Of course Killarney is most famous for its lakes, which are beautiful at any time of the day or year.

Enjoy!

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12 Comments Add yours

  1. I love the Ring of Kerry 😉

    1. livvy30 says:

      We’re lucky to have it so close Cath!

  2. Beautiful images, Livvy. I loved The Ring of Kerry when we were there a few years ago. 🙂

  3. Lucid Gypsy says:

    Such pretty countryside and I always think Ireland looks relaxed and easy.

    1. livvy30 says:

      And so close to you 😉

  4. RuthsArc says:

    Lovely photos which brought back memories of happy holiday a few years back. Thank you.

  5. painterwrite says:

    Such lovely pictures! I didn’t make it to the Ring of Kerry when I went to Ireland because I was afraid of the tourist crush, but these pics make me want to risk the masses.

    1. livvy30 says:

      Weekends in summer can be busy. Luckily I can avoid them!

  6. aj vosse says:

    I have to get down there… soon!! 😉

  7. Frances 🌺 says:

    Beautiful photos 😊

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