County Kerry is located in the Southwest of Ireland. Kerry is world renowned for its beautiful scenery and this has drawn people to this pleasant part of Ireland since the mid 18th century. Kerry is home to one of Ireland's largest Irish speaking communities (Gaeltachts).
Places to stay in Co. Kerry include Anascaul (4), Ballybunion (6), Ballydavid (4), Ballyferriter (1), Beaufort (2), Caherdaniel (1), Cahirciveen (4), Castlegregory (1), Castleisland (1), Castlemaine (4), Dingle (28), Fossa (2), Glenbeigh (3), Kells (1), Kenmare (29), Killarney (60), Killorglin (6), Lissivigeen (1), Listowel (3), Milltown (1), Muckross (1), Portmagee (1), Tralee (22), Valentia Island (2), Waterville (3). Other towns include Aghadoe, Ardfert, Asdee, Ballinskelligs, Ballyheigue, Ballylongford, Blackwater Bridge, Blennerville, Camp, Castlecove, Clonkeen, Currow, Derrynane, Dunloe, Farranfore, Fenit, Feothanach, Firies, Gap of Dunloe, Glencar, Glenflesk, Gneeveguilla, Inch, Kilflynn, Kilgarvan, Knightstown, Knocknagoshel, Lauragh, Lispole, Oakpark, Skellig Islands, Sneem, Tahilla, Tarbert, Tuosist, Ventry.
Map of Co. Kerry
Getting To and Around Co. KerryKerry is located in the southwest of Ireland. Accessible by air, Kerry Airport is located at Farranfore with a very limited service to Ireland, the UK, and Germany, and a short distance to Shannon Airport, Ireland. Details on getting to and around Co. Kerry can be found in our Co. Kerry Transport Guide.
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Events in Co. Kerry
- Listowel Festival of Light / Féile an tSolais 2019 Listowel
- Listowel Writers Week Listowel