The Killarney Valley and Kerry are steeped in culture, history and heritage, with ancient sites, ruins and still functioning buildings covering the pre Christian and Medieval eras.
From Bronze age copper mines, burial mounds, ring forts, monastic settlements and castles to great country houses, Killarney and the surrounding area has an abundance of locations of immense interest.
The beauty of Killarney has been the inspiration of poets, scholars and painters for many centuries. Its natural aspects and clean environment is unchanged since it was traversed by many literary greats like Tennyson, Wordsworth and MacAuly.
The menu bar on you left will bring you to information on Muckross House and Abbey, Ross Castle, Innisfallen Island, Skellig Michael, monastic sites on the Dingle Peninsula etc.