Kerry Experience Days
County Kerry is the Ireland of famous film sequences and epic aspirations, with its wild Atlantic waves, dramatic headlands, stunning lakes, and daunting hills. There are many activities in Kerry, ranging from gorgeous kayaking to breath-taking hiking.Read More
County Kerry ( Irish : Contae Chiarraí ), nicknamed The Kingdom (“The Kingdom”), is a county located in the South West of Ireland, between the River Shannon to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the Where is. It is bounded to the east by County Limerick and to the south by that of Cork. Its name comes from the Irish Chiarraí, which means “people of Ciar”, in reference to a Celtic tribe that lived in this region.
Its area is 4,746 km2 for 147,707 inhabitants in 2016. It is part of the historical province of Munster.
The Dingle Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry, the scenic route of the Iveragh Peninsula, have helped make this area one of the driving forces of Irish tourism. It is renowned for the variety of its landscapes: moors, lagoons, jagged coast dotted with islands, valleys covered with fir forests, lakes, beaches, etc.
The Kerry Way is a renowned hiking site, with its 215 kilometers of trails.