Killarney National Park
The first monastery on Inisfallen (the largest of the lake's islands) was founded by St Finian the Leper in the 7th century. The...
Ross Castle Traditional Boats
The open boats at Ross Castle offer appealing trips with boatmen who define the word 'character'. Rates are around €10 per person for a...
Lakeside Ross Castle dates back to the 15th century, when it was a residence of the O'Donoghue family. It was the last place in Munster...
Tasty but pricey pub grub such as burgers, steaks and pizzas with inventive toppings. Sit in the bar rather than the slightly formal...
Killarney National Park information
Enclosed within Killarney's 10,236-hectare (25,280-acre) national park are beautiful Lough Leane (the Lower Lake or 'Lake of Learning'), Muckross Lake and the Upper Lake, as well as the Mangerton, Torc, Shehy and Purple Mountains. Areas of oak and yew woodland stretch for miles. This is wonderful walking and biking country.