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Kerry in Ireland is one of the most scenic counties facing the Atlantic Ocean. Occupying the southwest corner of the Irish mainland, this county is outstanding by its weathered sea coast, the highest peaks of this country, and the vastly admired Killarney National Park. Cheap flights to Kerry are operated by major airlines operating in the British Isles.
Kerry is essentially a summer destination that is thronged by tourists from all corners of the globe, especially Europe. As compared to other Irish tourist destinations, Kerry has greater action for adventure tourists and nature lovers. There are several walking trails and cycling routes traversing the picturesque landscape of this county with Killarney as its centerpiece.
Killarney located at the centre of Kerry County is distinctive because of its beautifully rugged terrain. The highest peak of Ireland, McGillycuddy’s Reeks, standing 1000 meters tall looms over the Lake of Killarney with the lower slopes covered by thick forests. A combination of majestic hill slopes, vibrant forests, gushing waterfalls and clear lakes makes this national park an unspoiled destination for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. The woods of Killarney extending over 26,000 acres are matchless with its abundance of birch, fir, oak and yew trees. Sight of a red deer, a native of this region since the last Ice Age, makes your trip to Killarney worthwhile.
The tranquil ambiance of this lake county is perfectly complemented by its hiking and biking trails. Iveragh Peninsula offers you an exceptional cycling route for discovering the flora and fauna of this region. Ring of Kerry along the coastline is a 180 km circular trail that allows you to explore Glenbeigh, Cahersiveen, Waterville and Sneem. For trekkers, Beara Way, Dingle Way and Kerry Way are inspiring trails. Beara Way traverses through Glengarriff Woods Nature Reserve, home of Caha Mountains at 1600 feet. Remains of copper mining activities are still visible across this territory. Similarly, Dingle Way is a long trek of about eight days that allows you to discover Cloghane and Brandon villages, and Slieve Mish Mountains.
Throughout your cycling or trekking trails, you could put up in hotels in Kerry as per your preference and budget. There is accommodation to suit every kind of customer in your excursions of Kerry countryside. The easiest access to this county is by cheap flights to Kerry airport at Farranfore.