County Kerry boasts some of the finest and most challenging golf courses in Ireland. From the scenic links courses at Ballybunion and Tralee to driving over lakes and rivers at Waterville, Killarney and Dooks. Kerry is the ideal destination for the golfing enthusiast.
We have over 75 Miles of sandy beach in Kerry from safe calm and sheltered beaches to open exposed and some big surf beaches. There is a beach here to suit everybody from young to old.
+ TRALEE AQUA DOME
The Tralee Aqua Dome is Ireland’s largest waterworld and is brimming with exciting features which capture the imagination of child and adult alike. All ages can enjoy the thrills of the Aqua Dome – each area patrolled by qualified lifeguards. There is no limit on the duration of your stay. However, during very busy periods your time in the pool may be restricted to 2 hours.
Within the Windmill Visitor Centre there is a new exhibition and audio-visual presentation on Blennerville’s colourful history. During the Great Famine (1845-50) Blennerville was the main port of emigration from County Kerry. The Windmill Courtyard has a craft shop, traditional pottery, enamel and metalwork craft units.
+ CRAG CAVES
Discovered in 1983 and thought to be over one million years old Crag Cave is a magical wonderland of stalagmites and stalactites. It is an all weather visitor attraction located in Castleisland Co. Kerry.
+ SIAMSA TIRE
Siamsa Tire Theatre & Arts Centre incorporates a 355 seat auditorium with a spacious stage area equipped with lighting and sound systems which are up to fully professional standards. The centre contains two Visual Art exhibition spaces and a large foyer, which doubles as a venue for small-scale performances and recitals. The centre is programmed on a year round basis presenting a full and varied programme of diverse art forms, such as: Professional and community theatre, music (classical, traditional, jazz) dance (ballet, contemporary) opera and the literary arts in the theatre.