Killarney, Ireland

Killarney: A Must-Visit Destination in Ireland

Nestled in the heart of County Kerry, Killarney is a charming town surrounded by stunning natural beauty. Its picturesque landscapes and rich cultural heritage have been attracting tourists from all over the world for centuries.

As you explore the town, be sure to take in the magnificent Killarney National Park. Covering over 25,000 acres, the park is home to diverse flora and fauna, as well as some of Ireland's most iconic landscapes and you might just spot a deer or two. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll or bike ride along the park's many trails, or take a beautiful boat ride across the serene lakes of Lough Leane and Muckross Lake.

While you're in the area, don't miss the chance to discover the stunning town of Kenmare. This charming place, just a short drive from Killarney, offers cullinary delights, creative crafts, and a chance to feel Kenmares unique artistic vibe.

One of the town's must-visit spots is the jewelry shop of Aidi Mac Dáibhí, located at 30 Henry Street. Aidi is a master jeweler who creates stunning pieces inspired by the beauty of the surrounding landscape. His shop is next door to Foley's Bar & Restaurant

Foley's is a family bar & restaurant run in a prime location in the heart of Kenmare. They offer great value; Kenmare accommodation, traditional Irish pub with live music  and an excellent choice of dining options available all day.

Directly opposite Aidi's Irish jewellery shop is The Coachman's Inn which boasts a perfect location on Henry Street, tucked in the midst of bakeries, chocolatiers and old Irish bars. Spend time in the woollen stores, linen shops, art galleries and stylish homeware markets and you're sure to find a treat for yourself or for that someone special.

Whether you're interested in exploring the natural beauty of Killarney or discovering the hidden treasures of Kenmare, this part of Ireland is sure to captivate you. With its welcoming locals, rich cultural heritage, and stunning landscapes, it's no wonder that visitors keep coming back to this part of the world year after year