Kerry know for its mystical landscape, folklore and history enjoy a visit to Muckross House and Gardens and Ross Castle on in Killarney. Take the Ring of Kerry Tour and drive the Dingle Peninsula coast line. Tralee home to the Rose of Tralee festival and where you can also see the Blennerville Windmill. Caherciveen Heritage Centre located in an old police Barricks is close to Caherciveen's beautiful marina, Caherciveen, is an area with many Neolithic-Bronze pieces of interest ranging from megalithic wedge type tombs and standing stones.
County Kerry is renowned the world over for its beautiful scenery, including Irelands highest mountain Carrantuohill (1,040 metres 3,414 feet) the Lakes of Killarney, it beautiful sandy beaches, cliffs and rocky headlands. No trip to Kerry is complete without including the panoramic Ring of Kerry drive on the Iveragh Peninsula. It stretches South West from Killarney for 65km (40 miles) and takes you through the towns of Kenmare, Sneem, Waterville, Cahersiveen, Glenbeigh, and Killorglin. The Dingle Peninsula stretches Westward for 50 km (30 miles) from Tralee to Dunquin. the western end of the Peninsula has magnificent coastal scenery and is an Irish speaking district. Many famous festival are held in Kerry each year. Listowel has its Writers Week, Tralee offers the famous Rose Festival, Killorglin the Puck Fair.
Kerry is a great place for its many festivals, famous the world over for its Rose of Tralee Festival where girls compete from all over the world for this year long title. Kenmare is host to the renowned for its Puck Fair where the family has entertainment throughout the day and evening. Listowel is home to Listowel Races and also Listowel Writers Week. Dingle has its Regatta and its Dingle Food and Wine Festival and Glenbeigh its Festival and Races. Killarney has the International Rally of the Lakes.