Tag Archives: Killarney National Park

Killarney Walking Festival 2014

Killarney Walking Festival There are few places on Earth – never mind Ireland – more suited to a walking festival than Killarney. Not only does Killarney boast dense woodland and commanding peaks but the scenery ¬†on offer when one is walking in Killarney is almost unparalleled. So with that in mind, the Killarney Walking Festival, which is being held between the 20th and 22th June, sounds like an absolute no-brainer. It’s new to Killarney’s summer calendar this year but with e ...

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Biodiversity Week 2014 in Kerry


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Biodiversity Week 2014 This Saturday the 17th May signals the beginning of Biodiversity Week, a nationwide event aimed at celebrating Ireland’s wonderful natural heritage. As Kerry has got Ireland’s highest peaks, Ireland’s largest and most popular national park and miles of gorgeous coastline it’s no surprise that there’s absolutely loads going on in the Kingdom to celebrate the week. Best of all all the events held are totally free and open to all members of the public. ...

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Spotlight: Muckross Abbey

transport in Killarney

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Happy 18th of March! It’s also known as “Chronic Hangover Day”. We hope you had a lovely Paddy’s Day and the wallet (and liver) are in fine fettle. Life does indeed move on and so does Killarney. This week we thought we’d look at one of Killarney’s most fabled and historic buildings – Muckross Abbey. I’m sure you’ll visit it in your own time, after all, it is remarkably close to Killarney Holiday Village, but we thought you might want to know a bit ...

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