Kerry is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, rich culture, and friendly locals. From the rugged cliffs of the Dingle Peninsula to the tranquil lakes of Killarney National Park, Kerry offers visitors a chance to experience the best of the southwest of Ireland.
Cork, located in the south of Ireland, is a charming and vibrant city that offers a unique blend of culture, history, and natural beauty. Known as the “Rebel City” due to its history of resistance against British rule, Cork is a proud and independent city that is steeped in tradition and rich in character.
Home to some of Irelands most beautiful beaches and stunning scenery that will take your breath away. Ireland’s ‘Forgotten County’ is a place to experience. Dominated by a rugged coastline it has come to be a key feature of the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ popularised by the Irish Tourism Board.
With a rich history, from the seat of the mighty O’Donnell dynasty (Clann Ó Domhnaill) and a strong sense of culture there are many historical sites to see. From the Bronze age Beltany stone circle (2100-700 BC), to the 6th century ringfort Grianán of Aileach, to the 19th Century Glenveagh Castle.