Hotels and Holiday Homes in Kerry on the rise
Good news for Hotels and Holiday Homes in Kerry as a recent survey shows Kerry is the favourite holiday destination for Irish holidaymakers. The Kingdom has attracted over 22% of the votes and regained the number one spot off Galway, last years number one in the poll’s. This year Galway finished second with 17% and Cork third on 13%. The survey was taken by over 2000 people. With this excellent news and the ever present warm weather Hotel and Holiday Homes in Kerry will be waiting in anticipation.
Hotels and Holiday Homes in Kerry main attraction
The Hotels and Holiday Homes in Kerry are somewhat spoiled with the range of attractions they can offer their guests and when you see it for yourself you won’t be suprised Kerry is back on top of irelands number one holiday destinatio for irish hoiday makers. Kerry provides rich scenery, lively entertainment and plenty of history all within a stones throw. Well not quite, however with the ? amount to do and see you will not find yourself left idle. Here are 5 must do’s if you find yourself in a hotel or holiday homes in kerry.
- Ring of Kerry
This is a fantastic experience and one not to be missed. The scenery is a joy to behold and will truly leave you in awe. Every year people from all over come to cycle the ring of Kerry and enjoy its fruits. However if you are planning on undertaking this cycle be aware it is quite a journey and you will need good stamina.
- Killarney National Park
Another wonder of the Kingdom of Kerry. This a fantastic way to spend any day as I know o two well myself. The beautiful forestry, tranquil lake, budding wildlife and historical ruins will leave you at total peace. Take your time on this walk and truly take in your surroundings. Their are set paths that will takes you to all sorts of picturesque locations so make sure to have a camera on hand. And if you are feeling a bit adventurous, explore off the track and you might find some gems.
- Dingle Peninsula
Once cited as ‘the most beautiful place on earth’ by the National Geographic, Dingle Peninsula truly is a sight to behold. For 30 miles the dingle peninsula stretches into the Atlantic with attractions for all. It offers walking routes for all, sandy beaches perfect for swimming, a thriving Irish language community steeped in musical tradition, fishing, arts and film festivals, talented craftspersons and one of the quality surfing spots in Ireland.
- Skellig Michael
Skellig Micheal is a Island of the coast of the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry. This small island is a hotspot for wildlife and world-famous for its archaeology as the site of a well-preserved monastic outpost of the Early Christian period. It is a experience not to be missed out on. Trips out to the Skellig Micheal and the sournding Islands are available regularly, however space is limited and positions are taken fast.
If you are looking for Ireland’s number one tourist location book into one of the numerous Hotels or Holiday Homes in Kerry and take advantage of its wonders.