Killarney & The Ring Of Kerry
5 Days Away
Enjoy a fabulous five-day break to Ireland, where we experience the welcome of Killarney and the stunning scenery around the famous Ring of Kerry, together with the exquisite beauty of the Dingle Peninsula.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Return coach travel and ferry crossings
- 4 nights at the 3-star Earl of Desmond Hotel, Tralee with breakfast plus 3 dinners
- Meal voucher on the outward ferry
- Entertainment every evening
- Free excursion to Killarney
- Free excursion to the Ring of Kerry
- Free excursion to the Dingle Peninsula (Coumenoole & Dingle)
Ring of Kerry Carousel
Located in Kerry in the South West of Ireland, Killarney is one of the most delightful towns you will visit! By day or night you will be spellbound by the great atmosphere and amazing sights keeping you and your fellow coach tour travellers entertained.
Ring of KerryRing of Kerry
Discover the mystical and unspoilt region of Ireland that has attracted visitors for hundreds of years – the Ring of Kerry. Forming part of the Wild Atlantic Way, the Ring of Kerry offers an incredible insight into the ancient heritage of Ireland with its Iron Age forts, historic monasteries and a landscape carved out of rock by the last Ice Age 10,000 years ago.
Dingle Peninsula (Coumenoole & Dingle)Dingle Peninsula (Coumenoole & Dingle)
The Dingle Peninsula is located in County Kerry and is one of the five southern peninsulas of the Wild Atlantic Way. National Geographic once called it “the most beautiful place on earth” due to its sparkling blue seas, resident dolphins and meandering country lanes.
Coumenoole sits on Slea Head and is one of the most iconic sights of the Dingle Peninsula. Admire the dramatic views of the Blanket Islands, stroll around the tiny village or head down to the stunning beach, where the secluded strip of golden sand gets even narrower during high tide.
The quaint fishing port of Dingle is nestled on the edge of a large natural estuary and was used as a filming location in Star Wars:The Last Jedi. Colourful buildings adorn the harbour front and ancient streets climb up the green lowlands of the Brandon mountain range. There is a variety of quirky shops and galleries to explore, as well as lovely restaurants and cosy pubs, such as Foxy John’s, a DIY store with beer taps!Back to top