Summer 2021

After a long 12 months of uncertainty, and what-ifs – we want to talk about the many socially distant activities you can take part in while visiting Killarney.

From our outdoor attractions to the history & charm of Killarney, and not forgetting our beautiful range the range of upwardly challenging climbs, we’ve got it all!

For hillwalkers & mountain climbers – we have a stunning array of pursuits scattered around Kerry, including:-

  • Carrauntoohil
  • MacGillycuddy Reeks
  • Mangerton
  • Purple Mountain
  • Torc Mountain
  • Strickeen Mountain
  • Mount Brandon
  • Iron Man
  • Caherconree
  • Maolán Buí
  • Hag’s Tooth
  • Cardiac Hill
  • Cruach Mhór
  • Knocknadobar
  • Gap of Dunloe
  • Muckross Lake Loop
  • Baurtregaum
    and that is just a sample of the 434 climbs available.


For the walker, the vast array of beautiful trails around Killarney National Park including:

  • Muckross Abbey
  • Dinis Cottage
  • Ross Castle
  • Torc Waterfall
  • Muckross Lake
  • Lough Leane
    and so many more.

For those who love a road trip, we’ve superb routes on our doorstep.  So, pack a picnic basket, load the car and take a drive. At 111 miles, its a great road trip from right outside the door of Killarney’s Holiday Village.

Destinations along the way include:

  • Ring of Kerry
    • Killorglin
    • Cahersiveen
    • Portmacgee
    • Valentia Island
    • Kenmare
    • Sneem
    • Camp
    • Tralee
    • Glenbeigh
    • Caherdaniel
    • & Waterville

For those history buffs, photography enthusiasts & those who just want to see the sights, Killarney has lots to see and do including:-

  • Ross Castle
  • Ladies View
  • Black Valley
  • Molls Gap
  • Muckross House & Gardens
  • Torc Waterfall
  • Muckross Lake Loop
  • Muckross Abbey
  • Gap of Dunloe
  • Saint Mary’s Cathedral
  • Torc Mountain Summit
  • Lakes of Killarney