We have some fine links and parkland courses in County Kerry, the closest being Dooks and Killorglin.
Killarney National Park
Killarney National Park is a 26,000 acre Biosphere Reserve in the Killarney Valley comprising mountain terrain, lake and woodland, including native oak and yew woods and Ireland’s only native red deer herd.
Best know for its 6th century monastic outpost, Skellig Michael and its neighbour Little Skellig lie 12 kilomentres off the coast of Kerry and draw visitors from across the world. It was inscribed into the World Hertiage List in 1996 by UNESCO.
Sitting in the heart of Killarney National Park, Muckross House is a grand Victorian mansion built in 1843. Now Muckross is also home to Muckross Traditional Farms and is a firm favourite of all visitors to Killarney.
Gap of Dunloe
Sitting between Killarney National Park and the McGillycuddy’s Reeks, the Gap of Dunloe is another of Killarney’s main visitor attractions. Walk through the Gap or enjoy a jaunting car ride, this is a place of special beauty.
Ring of Kerry
Skirting the Iveragh peninsula, the Ring of Kerry passes a range of inland and coastal towns and villages giving the traveller a varied view of the landscapes of the region. Give yourself plenty of time and enjoy extras such as the Skellig Ring and Valentia Island.
The Dingle Peninsula is a magical place of history and culture from Dingle town to the south, Slea Head and the Blasket islands to the west, and Mount Brandon and the beaches of Castlegregory to the north.