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Experience Ireland with stay in a holiday home in County Kerry
County Kerry is situated in southwest Ireland with Dunmore Head, on the Dingle Peninsula, marking the country's farthest western extension. Located in rugged terrain, County Kerry is home to Ireland's highest peak, Mount Brandon, a mountain named after a 5th century Irish saint reputed to have sailed to America in a coracle boat. The gulf stream flows nearby gifting County Kerry with mild weather making sightseeing, hiking and biking popular year round.
Tour the scenic paths of Kerry
County Kerry holiday rentals are never far from the Ring of Kerry, a 179 km road winding along headlands and cliffs overlooking sand dunes and glorious seascapes. The Kerry Way is a high altitude walking path which intersects with the Ring of Kerry at memorable sites such as the Torc Waterfall. County Kerry holiday rentals also offer visitors a glimpse of Ireland's historic past. Book one of the holiday houses or holiday apartments in the modern Irish city of Tralee in County Kerry and enjoy performances of traditional Irish music, dance, and drama at the renowned folk theatre, Siamsa Tire. Take the popular short boat trip from Iveragh Peninsula to the rocky island of Skellig Michael and see the World Heritage Site of the 5th century medieval monastery perched high on the island's cliffs. Visit the round tower at Rattoo or the famed 15th century Ross Castle with its impressively fortified keep or rent one of the holiday homes or holiday houses near the enchanting Uragh Stone Circle or the neolithic tomb, Eightercua. Don't miss out on a tour of the Killarney Lakes National Park, a site which offers acres of rural beauty in a wildlife conservation area of old-growth oak, holly and yew.
Holiday rentals for you and your family
Visitors to County Kerry can choose from a wide variety of holiday homes including holiday apartments, rural cottages and holiday houses. Those wishing to experience Irish life in the Gaeltacht, the region where Gaelic is still spoken, can choose from the many holiday homes on the popular Iveragh and Dingle Peninsulas.