Popular Accommodations in Killarney
- Torc Waterfall
- Roadtrip on the Ring of Kerry
- Castle ruin Ross Castle
- Tour of the Killarney Brewery
Most popular in Killarney
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Vacation rentals in Killarney
If you come to Killarney for the first time, you will feel the cosy soul of Ireland without a doubt. No wonder the city on the shores of Lough Leane is so popular and offers a wide range of accommodation for travellers. This ranges from simple rooms and apartments in the bustling city centre around Main Street and Bowers Lane to family-friendly vacation rentals on the green outskirts. A real tip for those who like it a little quieter is a vacation rental right on Lough Leane, which not only offers a lot of space but also a breathtaking view. Thanks to the high density of restaurants, shops and bars, you won't miss a thing in your vacation rental in Killarney.
Holiday in Killarney
Travelers and Activities
Killarney is surrounded by an almost untouched natural paradise that reflects Ireland's soul like hardly any other region of the Green Island. Nature lovers therefore get their money's worth at every step. After all, the network of hundreds of kilometres of hiking trails leads you to fabulous places such as the Torc Waterfall, the breathtaking viewpoint "Ladies View" and the mystical Lough Lake. It is home to another treasure, the island of Ross Island, which is accessible from land, and the castle ruins of the same name. If you want to take it easier after your hike, you can change to a boat after exploring the ruins and enjoy the unique flair of the water. Further worthwhile destinations are the ancient stone circle of Lissyviggen and Innisfallen Island with the famous ruins of the monastery Innisfallen Abbey.
Things to know
Kerry is famous for its contrast of endless lush meadows and rugged rocky landscapes. Those who want to experience exactly this landscape in the Killarney National Park in its full splendour, already book their vacation rental for May, when everything is in full bloom. Those who like it a little warmer and more stable in terms of weather, however, move into their apartment in Killarney for the summer months June to August.
Fantasy fans know Killarney and his castle Ross Castle from Wolfgang Hohlbein's novel "Drachenfeuer".
Top 3 travel tips
Friends of the well-groomed barley juice will get their money's worth during a visit to the Killarney Brewing Company. Take part in a 50-minute guided tour and let yourself be introduced to the small and big secrets of the art of brewing. At the end of the tour, you can sample the entire range of products at the "Tasting Counter", where the final highlight awaits you in the form of a comprehensive tasting.2. Taking a road trip on the Ring of Kerry
If you want to explore Kerry's true soul, you can rent a car and set off on a road trip on the legendary Ring of Kerry. Enjoy the journey on the 179 kilometre long panorama road and let the lush green landscape as well as the numerous castles, palaces and manor houses have an effect on you.3. Observe bald eagles
Since 2008, the national park has been one attraction richer, as a large-scale project has succeeded in resettlement of the formerly native bald eagle. Bird lovers, who don't want to miss this unique experience, set off by boat or with their hiking boots laced to the lookout point "Lord Brandon's".