County Kerry, Ireland
known as 'The Kingdom', Kerry comes from the Irish word
Ciarraí meaning Ciar's People ie an early Celtic
tribe who settled in the area. Kerry is surrounded by vast
mountain ranges and magnificent coastal scenery. Carrauntuohill is the highest mountain in Ireland.
Accommodation in County Kerry offers the visitor the opportunity to explore County Kerry and surrounding counties. This region is one of the the most significant and scenic tourist destinations in Ireland, with its mountains, lakes and Atlantic coastline.
While staying in County Kerry, popular places to visit include the lakes of Killarney, the Dingle Peninsula, the Ring of Kerry and the Blasket Islands. Tralee is home to the famous festival "The Rose of Tralee" in County Kerry. Dingle, County Kerry is also home to Fungi the Dolphin.
County Kerry Towns
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