Kerry is becoming an increasingly popular destination for tourists from all over the world because of its beautiful scenery, charismatic natives and the endless variety of activities for people of all ages and interests to enjoy. Kerry is rich in Irish culture, history, sport but has also mastered mixing the old with the new. Whether you want a short weekend getaway in one of Kerry’s busy towns or want a week exploring in the wild west, Kerry has it all. Any trip to Kerry would not be complete without at least doing one of the activities below or visiting some of these idyllic spots. If the outdoors is your thing then you must visit Ladies View near Ardnasidhe offering some of the most stunning views in the county and the country, if not Europe. If you want to really immerse yourself in Kerry life then a visit to the Gaelic speaking Peninsula of Dingle will hit the spot or else a trip to Killorglin to experience its annual goat crowning festival. For history enthusiasts Listowel is a must stop destination to learn more about some of Ireland’s most celebrated authors or take a trip down to Caherdaniel to visit the home of Daniel O’ Connell. If you want a truly unique historical experience take a boat trip to the now abandoned Blasket Islands and see first-hand what life was like long ago on the coast of Ireland. As well as all this Kerry offers an array of outdoor activities from kite-surfing to hill walks, boat trips to mountain climbing and for cycling enthusiasts The Ring of Kerry cycle is not to be missed! Visit Kerry if you want to experience the peace and tranquillity of the beautiful countryside, if you want to immerse yourself in Irish culture and history or if you want a jam packed trip of fun activities. A visit to Kerry will not disappoint and should not be missed!