County Kerry offers great walking trails for anyone who loves walking and hiking, including the famous Kerry Way. If you wish to hire a walking guide please contact Fergal for a unique walking experience.
The annual Sneem Storytelling & Folklore Festival takes place every November. Join in with workshops, a pub trail, storytelling walk, concerts and much more. Find out more here
Eclipse Ireland is an Outdoor & Activity Centre on the Ring of Kerry. Amongst the fab activities are mud-surfing, horseriding, kayaking, mountainbiking, archery and coasteering.
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Sneem on the Ring of Kerry is well-known for the good fishing areas, both sea fishing and freshwater fishing. Among the species awaiting the angler are wrasse, Pollack, conger, shark, mackerel and ling. Contact Kerry Experience Tours for a tailor-made fishing holiday that includes deep-sea fishing trips, accommodation, and airport transfers.
The 5 day fun filled Sneem Family Festival takes places every July. Join in with or just watch….. Obstacle Run, Pig Racing, Weight Throwing, Fancy Dress, Fishing, Busking, Treasure Hunt, Tennis Ball Race, Pet Shows, Live Music, Craft Market, Farm Skills, Football blitz, Pig Racing, Laughter Yoga, Barbecue, and much more.Visit Family Festival website
Celebrate St Patricks Day, 17th of March, in Sneem and enjoy all the festivities. The Sneem St. Patrick’s Day Parade is well known in a wide area, as well as the Street Market with both local products and stands from all over Ireland. Join in on the celebrations at the Sneem St. Patrick’s Day Festival such as guided walks and Live Music at night!
Ride out in one of the most beautiful and scenic areas, through woodlands and along sandy beaches. There are plenty of approved trekking and riding centres offering everything from novice riding on quiet beaches to cross country expeditions. The Ring of Kerry is a haven for the horse riding enthusiast.
Seafari Kenmare is a 2-3 hour fun, eco-nature, seal & eagle watching cruise on the Kenmare Bay. You will see birds from the open sea, forest birds, and fresh water birds. You might also spot shore-side wildlife such as otters and foxes and maybe even a deer. This educational cruise is suitable for all ages.
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Kissane Sheep Farm is a traditional working sheep farm with approx. 1,000 sheep and lambs living on 3,000 acres of mountainous land. Family activities at the farm: Sheepdog & sheep shearing demonstrations, cuddle & bottle feed the pet lambs, enjoy a marked mountain walk, puzzle walk and treasure trail. Visit Kissane Sheepfarm website
These Gardens are known locally as the ‘Jewel on the Ring’. Kells Bay Gardens overlook the dramatic views of Dingle Bay and contain a large collection of sub-tropical plants. Visit the Palm and Succulent Garden and the Bamboo Glade, and walk the River Walk, the Cliff walk and the Bog walk. Visit Kells Gardens website
The Ring of Kerry offers outdoor activities and adventure for all, including, walking, cycling, mountaineering, bird watching, horse riding, fishing, golf, diving, kayaking, sailing.
This seaside village is steeped in history and offers great attractions including a magnificent golf links, sea-trout fishing in nearby Lough Currane and great local walks including the Kerry Way. Charlie Chapling, famous for his work in the silent movie era, was a regular visitor in Waterville. Each August the town hosts the Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival.