Bestowed as the Kingdom of Kerry in 1787, County Kerry is located in south-west Ireland. The count is bordered by County Cork to the south east and to the east by County Limerick. Home to most of the highest mountains of Ireland, County Kerry is counted amongst the most scenic counties of Ireland.
Despite substantial rainfall, County Kerry is a popular tourist attraction that attracts tourists throughout the year. Having a special place in Irish culture, this county is well versed with rolling uplands and exotic beaches. Dingle is one of the famous cosmopolitan towns of the County Kerry, the peninsula’s main hub.
Puicin An Chairn Wedge Tomb is one of the finest wedge tombs located in the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. Present in a pretty obscure location, it is daunting to reach Puicin An Chairn Wedge Tomb, but worth all the effort. Offering a spectacular view, the wedge tomb is one of the many archeological sites that belong to the Celtic times. A well preserved megalithic grave, the Puicin An Chairn Wedge Tomb also possesses standing stones, a restored medieval bridge and grave sites. Even after several thousand years, there still exists water tight chamber inside the Puicin An Chairn Wedge Tomb for which no one has any explanation.
Puicin An Chairn Wedge Tomb is a cairn high on a hill in Dingle Peninsula with unique stone formations that have mystery attached to it which still needs to unfold. The tomb has an enigmatic appeal to it that has made it one of the major attractions for people visiting County Kerry.
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Tralee is a popular town in County Kerry, Ireland. It is located in the southwest corner of Ireland and on the norther…read on
Listowel is the capital of North Kerry and considered the literary capital of Ireland, with numerous globally renowned a…read on
Killarney is an attractive town situated in County Kerry which is in south-western Ireland. Located to the north of th…read on
|Kenmare Stone Circle
Situated at the intersection of the Beara Peninsula and Iveragh Peninsula, Kenmare is an impressively posh town. This I…read on
|Castleisland Golf Club
Spread over an area of 200 acres and having a par score of 71, Castleisland Golf Club in County Kerry is one of the new…read on
|Longs Horse Riding
Longs Horse Riding housed in an old village of Ventry, County Kerry is an A.I.R.E. Approved centre. As one reaches Ventr…read on
Blackwater Stables is an A.I.R.E approved equestrian school. People can take a leisure ride through the area of Kenmare,…read on
Located within the proximity of Castleisland in County Kerry, Crag Cave is the 6th longest cave system in the Republic…read on
Situated on the banks of River Luane, Ballymalis Castle is one of the standard tower castles of County Kerry. It is posi…read on
As a part of the world famous Ring of Kerry, Rossbeigh beach is an indispensable Irish tourist destination. The sprawlin…read on
Hailed as the largest uninterrupted sand beach in Western Europe, Inch beach in County Kerry provides many eye-pleasin…read on
Derrynane beach is among the beautiful beaches in County Kerry, which is popular with both the tourists as well as the…read on
A popular holiday spot, Banna Beach in County Kerry is also referred to as the Banna Strand. Located in the Tralee Bay…read on
Located in North Kerry, Ballyheigue is one of the beautiful beaches in County. The beach runs from the village of Ballyh…read on
|Ballybunion South Beach
Ballybunion South Beach is an extensive sandy beach located close to the town of Ballybunion in County Kerry, Ireland. I…read on
Mcbride Gallery has an exotic collection of the artistic excellence of contemporary Irish artworks. With its array of pa…read on
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