Killarneys Top 10 Attractions
Enjoy its scenic beauty by walking, cycling, horseriding or by Jaunting Car. This park is like no other, you will be astounded by the sheer beauty of the famous lakes of Killarney & rugged mountains as you venture through this unspoilt landscape. If you are lucky enough, you may encounter our native red deer, now this is a treat to see these majestic animals in their own environment.
The house, gardens and traditional farm are all “must sees”. You must incorporate this into your busy itinerary! Muckross House & Gardens can be found at the heart of Killarney's National Park & while you roam around these beautiful grounds, take a step back in time with Muckross traditional farms which give you an insight to Ireland in the 1930's & 1940's.
15th Century fortress on the shore of Lough Leane. This is another 'must see' during your stay in Killarney. You will be sure to capture some fantastic photos of this stunning castle overlooking Lough Leane. There are boat trips available from Ross pier to Innisfallen Island, these tours depart daily during Summer months & are definitely worth a trip.
Trek on horseback or jaunting car through the 10k. gap in the Magillicuddy Reeks. The Gap of Dunloe is situated roughly 9km from Killarney town & is one of the most beautiful & distinguished spots when visiting Killarney. Explore this iconic landscape by taking one of the guided tours, each tour guide has unrivalled experience & knowledge of the local area. The perfect way to spend a day in Killarney.
Listen to the sound of the Waterfall as you climb Torc Mountain.
A picture postcard view of the Lakes and Magillicuddy Reeks
The best way to see Killarney and the surrounding countryside.
Spot the wildlife including the native Irish Red Deer in the tranquillity of the National Park.
ST MARY’S CATHEDRAL
19th century Neogothic Cathedral with magnificent stonework both inside and outside.
KILLARNEY AT NIGHT
Stroll along the busy streets, have a pint in a singing pub or an ice cream at a street café.