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Facing the wild Atlantic Ocean, County Kerry has a dramatic coastline and boasts some of Ireland's most iconic landscapes. This authentic Irish wilderness lays in the south west and is bordered by County Limerick and County Cork, a wonderful location for exploring all the area has to offer.

Holidays in County Kerry County Kerry is a peaceful destination flaunting some of Ireland’s most dramatic countryside; take a windswept adventure to this scenic holiday location oozing sea-pounded rocks, golden sands and azure waters. Home to two of the highest mountains in Ireland, pull on your walking boots and get lost within a wilderness of emerald green farmland and cloud-shrouded mountains. With an endless stretch of wild coastline, the Irish Island of Skellig Michael juts out of the Atlantic Ocean, like something straight out of the pages of a story book, this World Heritage Site, is a designated Nature Reserve and a must visit for those feeling physically fit. Famous for the medieval monastery clinging to the island’s cliffs, scale the 618 steps to the monastery ascending over 600ft, conquer the climb and build holiday memories to last a lifetime.

Exploring Country Kerry Located on the south west of Ireland the raw majestic beauty of County Kerry makes for a remote and utterly refreshing and inspiring escape. Head out on foot to unearth the secrets of this striking area and Dunmore Head, the most Westerly point in Europe perched on the Dingle Peninsula. For a peaceful afternoon, walk the coast path and uncover the dramatic deserted beaches with nothing but the sound of the ocean and crying gulls to disturb. For those wanting to off road, Killarney National Park is a cyclist’s paradise, Ireland's first national park boasting an expanse of rugged mountains and MacGillycuddy's Reeks, Ireland’s highest mountain range. Spend the day cycling through Ireland’s most iconic scenery and witness the dramatic views of spectacular lakes before returning home to a luxury cottage with a seat beside the roaring log fire.

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