Things to do

Whether visiting as a single traveller, a couple or a family, Killarney has a host of sightseeing and activities for you to enjoy during your stay. Afterwards, retire to Killarney town where you are treated to an array of restaurants and pubs serving up all types of cuisine and Irish music.

Visitor Attractions

  • Explore in Comfort and Safety with Killarney Private Tours – driver/guided tours of the South West of Ireland. ( Talk to Toni for best rates)
  • Take a jaunting-car trip around Killarney National Park
  • Take an open boat or Waterbus trip around the Lakes of Killarney and Inisfallen Island
  • Enjoy the magnificent views from Aghadoe
  • Witness the splendour of Torc Waterfall after a rain shower
  • Drive the spectacular road from Killarney to Kenmare, stopping at the stunning Ladies View
  • Visit the 19th Century Victorian mansion Muckross House
  • Take a stroll around Muckross and visit the 15th Century Muckross Abbey
  • Experience Ireland in the 1930′s at Muckross Traditional Farms
  • Travel through the famous Gap of Dunloe, Killarney’s spectacular glacial valley
  • Visit the 15th Century Ross Castle
  • Explore the nearby Copper Mine Trail on Ross Island
  • Cycle or walk in Killarney National Park
  • Have afternoon tea at one of Killarney’s fine hotels
  • Visit St. Mary’s Cathedral
  • Hire a guide and climb Ireland’s highest mountain, Carrauntuohil (3414 ft)
  • Take in a top-class show at Ireland’s National Events Centre (INEC)
  • Dine out in Killarney, drink a pint of Guinness and enjoy live Irish Traditional Music
  • Tour the famous Dingle Peninsula and Slea Head
  • Take a day tour around the stunning Ring of Kerry
  • Enjoy the lesser known Ring of Beara and visit Kenmare and Glengarriff