Kerry Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places To Visit
Planning to visit Kerry? Check out our Kerry Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Kerry.
Top Places to visit in Kerry (Ireland):
Slea Head Drive, Killarney National Park, Skellig Michael, Dingle Peninsula, Banna Strand, Derrynane Beach, Gap of Dunloe, Great Blasket Island, Eask Tower, Conor Pass, Coumeenoole Beach, Gleninchaquin Park, Muckross Abbey, Lough Leane, St. James Church
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Top 10 Best Things to do in Dingle, Ireland
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List of Best Things to do in Dingle
Dingle Whiskey Distillery
Harry Clarke Stained Glass Windows
The Carol Cronin Gallery
Dingle Tourist Office
IRELAND - A Southern Roadtrip in 7 Days - Skellig Michael, Ring of Kerry, Cliffs of Moher, Galway
Join me as I take you on an epic 7 day roadtrip through the southern part of Ireland. This travel guide explores the top attractions and best things to do that starts with a flight from Toronto to Dublin with Air Transat, down to Wicklow Mountains and the Glendalough Monastic City, Kilkenny, Rock of Cashel, Blarney Castle, Skellig Michael, Ring of Kerry, Kerry Cliffs, Killarney, Dingle Peninsula, Cliffs of Moher, Burren National Park, Galway, and then all the way back to Dublin.
Throughout this trip, we learn the true meaning of Irish hospitality and the beauty of the dramatic countryside. The lush green rolling hills filled with sheep contrasted against the jagged and sharp coastline made for one of the most incredible roadtrips I've ever done and that includes my trip to Iceland. Skellig Michael is a must-do for lovers of puffins and Star Wars and is everything I dreamed of. 7 days was just enough to do this incredible loop but we came back wanting to see more. My hope is that this'll show you that 7 days in Ireland is completely possible and to inspire you to embark on your own journey.
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Dingle Ireland - Celtic Legend
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The Dingle Peninsula in Kerry, Ireland, has to be one of the most spectacularly beautiful places on Earth. I was warned the weather was not going to be great this week, but as it turned out the sea mist that so regularly shrouds the headland at this time of year made the whole place seem even more ethereal than usual. The only downside was not being able to see the mountain tops or even to get the opportunity of viewing the scenery from the top of Mount Brandon. Down below, however, the sea was just something else, and since it was still pretty humid, it was a delight to swim in, even though I was slightly lumbered with my camera equipment and my car etc.
I stayed at the Benners Hotel in Dingle, the oldest hotel in the town, which is the most westerly town in mainland Europe. It's right in the centre of town, with great staff, service and most importantly a vibrant bar area. Having travelled for two days beforehand and slept in a tent the night before, I was particularly pleased at the great night's sleep, and even more so at the enormous breakfast I hovered the next morning to prepare myself for a day of filming along the Dingle.
It took me most of a day to get from Dingle to Slea Head (00:52), mainly because I was compelled to stop literally every 200 metres to take another clip of the magnificent views. Unfortunately, when I got to Dunquin, it started really heaving it down with rain, so sloped into a Youth Hostel at the top of the road opposite the very informative Blaskets Interpretive centre. The Blaskets are a group of islands just off Dunquin where a community lived until 1953 who spoke only Irish language. In the 1930's a group of people from the Island emigrated en masse to Springfield MA, and by 1950 only 25 people remained. The Dingle Peninsular, and Connemara are only two places in Ireland where you can now find Irish spoken as a first language.
On speaking to the landlady at the Hostel, we got on to the subject of Ryan's Daughter, the masterpiece of a film by David Lean, which was filmed around Dunquin in the late 1960's. As it happened, the road running alongside the hostel, was literally at the foot of the hill where a village was specially made for the film, and what's the more the old school house, now derelict, stood just half a mile away in the other direction. The next morning, I rose early to walk up to find this location, only to find the track, the elevation of the road I remember so clearly from the film, a few foundations and lots of sheep. There is barely anything left. The view up there was incredible though. I then moved on to the old school house (04:10), which sits right on the edge of a cliff with walls in good condition, but sadly with its tiles all blown off. The main giveaway was the modern mortar in the walls, the breeze blocks inside and a few pipes, but other than that, I could get myself in a position where I could remember the scenes of Michael (Sir John Mills) and the priest Trevor Howard emerging from the gate. At 07:30am it felt magical, and yet so few people came here.
At the foot of the hill is the beach where they filmed the gun running scene, when Leo McKern nearly lost his life while running into the water to grab boxes of ammunition. You will notice the path on the way down to the beach (04:55) and a few of the rock formations, but note that other beaches were also used for this scene, including Inch beach (05:15) further back along the Peninsula, now a surfers paradise.
The rest of the drive around the peninsula was equally awe-inspiring with a number of sites I hope to visit the next time, which will happen in 2012 if all goes well.
My thanks go to the Muireann, the Manager of the Benners Hotel, Catherine Murphy at Fastnet Lines and to Tom at Glidecam who sent one of their excellent products to me in time for this trip.
DINGLE PENINSULA ROAD TRIP // IRELAND VLOG
IRELAND IS SOOOO BEAUTIFUL!! In this Ireland vlog, I walk you through the last few days spent in beautiful Dingle, road tripping with my Mom. Ireland is gorgeous this time of year, May, and we got very lucky with the weather down in Dingle.
We spent the weekend driving the Sea Head Drive and Dingle Peninsula - stopping off at the Bee Hive Huts, the Gallurus Oratory, and some small farms where you can see ancient ring forts and pet baby lambs!
Entire video filmed on the new GoPro Hero 7 Black camera and edited on iMovie.#gopro #goprofamily
Discover the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry
Though the Dingle Peninsula is small, there is plenty to see, do, and experience.
Enjoy this highlight of fun things to do on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry.
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Overview of The Dingle Way
A brief overview of the Dingle Way. The trail is 183km from start to finish but can easily be shortened. There is some incredible hiking including hiking over the famous Mount Brandon or 10k of trails on one of the longest beaches in Ireland. The video also discusses the Kerry Camino.
Dunquin Harbour - Dingle Peninsula - County Kerry - Ireland
Port de Dunquin - Péninsule de Dingle - Comté de Kerry - Irlande
Coordonnées GPS: 52°07'31.6N 10°27'35.7W
Dunquin Harbour est un petit port niché au pied d'immenses falaises et c'est un lieu d'embarquement pour les Îles Blasket (Blasket Islands).
Il faut donc laisser notre voiture au haut de la falaise et se rendre à pied au débarcadère par une petite route très étroite, sinueuse et en pente raide.
Il est situé dans une magnifique baie aux falaises escarpées et aux eaux turquoises.
Ce site a été rendu célèbre entre autres lorsqu'un automobiliste a tenté de descendre cette route avec un véhicule utilitaire sport (VUS) et qu'il est resté coincé entre les murs de béton (
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Fotoreise Irland: Ireland for photographers with more than 100 locations
Watch in HD (1080). More than 100 locations in 2 weeks from the 1st to the 15th of September 2018 with 2920km on the road and 160km hiking!
You also can swith to each day or location here down below:
0:01 Day 1: Flight from Vienna to Dublin via Amsterdam 30km
0:45 Day 2: From Dublin short in the North 198km
0:45 Malahide Castle & Gardens
1:09 Monasterboice High Cross and Round Tower
2:04 Trim Castle
2:22 Day 3: From Dublin to Carlow 208km
2:22 Wicklow Mountains
2:45 Browneshill Dolmen
2:55 Carlow Castle
3:13 Levitstown Mill
3:20 Ballyadams Castle
3:27 Day 4: From Carlow to Cork 262km
3:27 Cullohill Castle
3:47 Balief Castle
3:53 Rock of Cashel
4:46 Hore Abbey
5:27 Cahir Castle
5:58 Blarney Castle
6:40 Day 5: From Cork to Ahakista 263km
6:40 Drombeg Stone Circle
7:08 Altar Wedge Tomb
7:30 Mizen Head
8:26 Sheap´s Head
9:28 Day 6: From Ahakista to Valentia Island 340km
9:46 Lamb´s Head and
9:53 Dursey Island (Cable Car)
11:01 Healy Pass
11:33 O´Carrols Beach
11:36 Scariff Island view Point
11:43 Ballinskelligs Castle
11:50 Glen Church and graveyard
12:32 Valentia Island view
12:36 Kerry Cliffs
13:18 Day 7: From Valentia Island to Dingle 204km
13:18 Knightstown (Valentia Island)
13:38 Ballycarbery Castle
14:38 Muckross House
14:58 Torc Waterfall
15:29 Inch Beach
15:46 Road to Dingle
16:11 Minard Castle
17:06 Day 8: From Dingle to Limerick 243km
17:06 Slea Head
17:29 Dunquin Harbour
17:57 Conor Pass
18:25 Blennerville Windmill
18:22 Desmond Castle Adare
18:26 King John´s Castle
18:53 Mungret Church
19:32 Day 9: From Limerick to Ballyvaughan 308km
19:32 Bunratty Castle
19:43 Loop Head
20:29 Kilkee Cliffs
21:35 Spanish Point
21:42 Corkscrew Hill
21:49 Newtown Castle
22:14 Gleninagh Castle
22:36 Doonagore Castle
22:43 Dough Castle
22:56 Cliffs of Moher
23:47 Day 10: Around Ballyvaughan (Burren) 145km
23:47 Corcomroe Abbey
24:33 Kilmacduagh monastery
25:07 Fahee North view Point (Burren)
25:17 Poulnabrone Dolmen
25:42 Black Head
25:46 Day 11: From Ballyvaughan to Leenaun 208km
25:46 Muckinish West Tower House
25:57 Quiet Man Bridge
26:07 Connemara National Park
26:35 Sky Road
27:09 Kylemore Abbey and Neo-gothic Church
28:06 Killary Fjord
28:45 Day 12: From Leenaun to Loughrea 212km
28:45 Sunrise in Partry
28:51 Rainbow in Ballinrobe
28:55 Ashford Castle
29:29 Guiness Tower
29:37 Cong Abbey
30:22 Fiary of Ross
31:36 Oranmore Castle
32:08 Day 13: From Loughrea to Tullamore 162km
32:08 Clontuskert Abbey
35:05 Birr Castle
35:36 Leep Castle
35:58 Kinnitty Castle
36:05 Tullamore Distillery
37:05 Day 14: From Tullamore to Dublin 124km
37:05 Trinity College (Book of Kells - Long Room)
38:18 Day 15: Flight from Dublin to Vienna via Amsterdam 14km
38:35 End with some Facts and informations
38:44 Selfies and outtakes during the trip
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