Killarney has a long tradition of entertaining people, of combining the best that nature has to offer, with the most modern luxuries.
The Beaufort area centres on the village of Beaufort but has a wide hinterland encompassing the MacGillycuddy Reeks mountains.
Killorglin, the home of Puck Fair is situated on a hill over-looking the River Laune, famous for its salmon and trout fishing.
Glenbeigh is a small peaceful village at the foot of a well wooded mountain and close to the head of DingleBay.
A small picturesque seaside location halfway between Glenbeigh and Cahersiveen. It is just off the main Ring of Kerry Road.
With a population of c1200, is one of the most westernmost towns in Ireland and so one of the westernmost in Europe.
Portmagee / Valentia
Valentia Island, strictly speaking its not an island any more as it was connected to the mainland by bridge in 1971.
Only 12kms off shore from the Native Irish speaking village of Ballinskelligs lies the seventh century monastic settlement of Skellig Michael.
Waterville, famous as an angling centre, is also home to the world famous Waterville Golf Links. A favorite spot of Charlie Chaplin.
Derrynane / Caherdaniel
Home to the famous Irish man Daniel O' Connell better know as "the liberator". His former home is now a museum open to the public.
The picturesque village of Sneem is situated midway between Kenmare and Waterville.
Originally a plantation colony Kenmare is a small and attractive town, set on a deep bay between the Macgillycuddy Reeks to the north and the Caha Mountains to the east.