The place to enjoy the delights of the Irish pub and music scene with the ever lively shop street providing much of the entertainment. The city is small and easy to walk around and between buskers on the pedestrian streets, Eyre Square, the River Corrib and the Spanish Arch you will have plenty to gaze at. There is also culture with the Irish speaking Gaeltach close by to the west.
From Donegal in the north down to Cork in the south the jagged coastline is full of spectacular cliffs, pristine beaches and topped with a sprinkling of islands and is definitely the coast to go when visiting Ireland.
Even if the water is always cold its worth getting in just to say you did! The Lisdoonvarna matchmaking festival september 2013 coast of Ireland is full of small towns and villages and has no cities as such as Galway and Limerick although technically on the west coast are still a long way from the brunt of the Atlantic Ocean.
The circuits can be driven or cycled but cycling would give the scenery more justice although it may be hard work sometimes as it is perpetually windy. Ring of Kerry Killarney —Cahersiveen-Killarney km, days One of the most famous circuits in Ireland starts in the spectacular surroundings of Killarney.
This ring provides the sea, beaches and some spectacular mountain passes. Killarney One of the main tourist hotspots in the south-west which provides a launching pad for several tourist routes.
Killarney provides lots of accommodation as well as having many sights of its own. It is on the backpacking trail but is also on the golf course trail so it caters for all types.
There are plenty of walks in the woodlands on the slopes of the mountains and plenty of spots to take a dip in the lake. Muckross House lies on the shores of the lake and is a major tourist attraction and looks spectacular when on one of the surrounding mountains peering down.
Around the house there is a restaurant and botanical gardens. Climbing Torc Mountain in the park gives superb views of the lake, Muckross house and Killarney. At mtrs and a path to the top it is well worth the effort.
Ross Castle and Ross Island: On the shores of the lakes, this restored castle is open to guided tours from April-Oct. There is a worn path all the way to the top and the start is about 15km from Killarney. To get there you take a left 4. Needless to say the views are superb.
It takes between hrs round trip to climb depending on fitness and amount of time stopping to take pictures! Hop into the cart and let the horse and jarvey bring you where you want to go.
A unique way to see a few sights in and around the town. There are lots around Killarney National Park. Killorglan 21km from Killarney As you head to the north-west along the N72, the first town you come across is Killorglan. King Puck is a goat that is brought down from the mountains to be celebrated every year.
Lots of street entertainment and activities.
A very small village where having a quiet pint is mandatory. Kells Bay is again a blue flag beach and is about 10min drive to the south where the N70 kisses the coast Cahersiveen 61km from Killarney: As you continue west the coastline is spectacular as you roll up and down the hills and eventually roll into Cahersiveen.
A good spot for a rest whether you are backpacking, driving or cycling. The desert after the main course of the walk is the view from the top of Beentee Mounain mts which looks down on the bay and the town.A big part of the excitement of the Matchmaking festival is the old-time dancing in the town’s hotels and bars.
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