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Jumped on the ring in Killarney, spent 2-3 hours driving, stopping for amazing views, some picture taking, more driving, more amazing views, repeat until we made it back to Killarney.
Plenty of pull-off spots to stop, and you’ll definitely want to.
First, whenever we go somewhere we always utilize tours such as this to see things we would have difficulty doing on our own. We were staying on Dublin, so this journey would have been difficult to do any other way. We were met at the...More
The Ring of Kerry drive is a circle. You start in Killarney and end there. The towns enroute tell so much about Ireland. Some to visit...Killarney, with its wide open arms to share good eating, parks and lakes. Waterville is a little more than half...More
It’s a CLASSIC
Everyone who has been to Ireland HAS TO BE done this ring.
According to this = it’s overcrowded!
Coaches everywhere, blocking the traffic and heavy car traffic.
So take your time and enjoy the awesome landscape!
We drive from Killarney ( anti clockwise) around the Ring of Kerry, absolutely breathtaking, the views, landscape, communities around the area. There are too many specific sites to say which is best as taking your time there are so many “Pearls” an photo opportunities.
Really enjoyed the Rinf of Kerry loop drive, especially adding the Skellig Road portion. I liked it much better than the Dingle/Slea Head Drive. Counter-clockwiseworked great for the driver to enjoy the views. I started in Killarney and took my time, spending 9 hours getting...More
Wow. What a beautiful drive this is. The views are completely stunning and just when u think you have seen the best view, another one appears. We went around anti clockwise and had no issues with coaches etc.
We traveled from Dublin to Killarney and visited the Village of Portmagee,;Cahergal Stone Fort (an impressive site); Kikarney National Park and Muckross House overlooking the Muckross lake; the Torc waterfall, about 6 minutes walk through verdent scenic woodland vegetation to the falls;Ladies view which is...More
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You can drive in either direction, it is recommended to drive counter clockwise-same direction as busses, to avoid issues of backing up on narrow roads and cliffs. I drove it after taking a Buss, I recommend going with the... More
You can drive in either direction, it is recommended to drive counter clockwise-same direction as busses, to avoid issues of backing up on narrow roads and cliffs. I drove it after taking a Buss, I recommend going with the busses not against the busses on the ring of Kerry, dingle peninsula and the great Atlantic way.