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  Ring of Kerry travel guide - Wikitravel
The Ring of Kerry is probably the most visited attraction in Ireland outside of Dublin.
County Kerry is famous throughout the world for its natural beauty, and the Ring of Kerry is the most common tourist route for seeing it.
Though officially the Ring of Kerry is a 179 km horseshoe around the Iveragh Peninsula, for the purpose of this itinerary the 214 km loop from Killarney will be used.
wikitravel.org /en/Ring_of_Kerry   (623 words)

  County Kerry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
County Kerry (Irish: Contae Chiarraí) is a county in the southwest of Ireland, in the Munster province of the Republic of Ireland, informally referred to as The Kingdom.
As well as the Dingle Peninsula there is the Ring of Kerry on the Iveragh Peninsula, a popular route for tourists and cyclists The pedestrian version is the scenic Kerry Way which follows ancient paths generally higher than that adopted by the Ring of Kerry.
Kerry is the most successful Gaelic Footballing county in Ireland winning the Sam Maguire cup 33 times, with the next nearest team Dublin on 22 wins.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/County_Kerry   (381 words)

 NationMaster.com - Encyclopedia: Ring of Kerry
Iveragh is a peninsula of County Kerry in the Republic of Ireland.
Waterville (An Coireán in Irish) is a town in County Kerry, Republic of Ireland, situated on the west coast of Ireland, on the Iveragh peninsula.
Though officially the Ring of Kerry is a 179 km horseshoe around the Iveragh Peninsula, for the purpose of this itinerary the 214 km loop from Killarney will be used.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Ring-of-Kerry   (703 words)

 Ring of Kerry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Ring of Kerry is a tourist trail in County Kerry, south-western Ireland.
There is also an established Ring of Kerry walking path which takes its own route and a signposted Ring of Kerry cycling path which uses older quieter roads where possible.
Also there are numerous variations to the route taking in St Finian's Bay and Valentia Island which the official driving ring misses (the official cycling route takes in Valentia island).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ring_of_Kerry   (227 words)

 Ring of Kerry: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The Ring of Kerry is a tourist trail in County Kerry County Kerry quick summary:
Cahersiveen (cathair saidhbhín in irish), or caherciveen is a town in county kerry, republic of ireland....
The dingle peninsula (irish: corca dhuibhne) is located in county kerry and is the most westerly point of the republic of ireland....
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/r/ri/ring_of_kerry.htm   (615 words)

 Ring Of Kerry, Ring Of Kerry Map, Ring Of Kerry Tours, Ring Of Kerry Day Trip, Ring Of Kerry in Irel
The Ring of Kerry in Ireland, along the perimeter of the Iveragh Peninsula, is one of Ireland’s single most popular tourist routes.
The Ring of Kerry day trip is a must, but many visitors are reluctant to leave after a day and their day trip slowly becomes a week-long exploration of this beautiful region.
With glimmering ocean views, towering mountain vistas, and countless Irish towns to explore, the Ring of Kerry in Ireland is a fabulous excursion and the perfect way to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
www.destination360.com /europe/ireland/ring-of-kerry.php   (515 words)

 Ring of Kerry - Bedeutung, Definition, Erklärung im netlexikon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Neben der in der Hauptsaison stark befahrenen Autostraße gibt es sowohl einen Ring of Kerry Wanderweg, der aber einen anderen Verlauf nimmt, als auch einen Radweg, der, wo dies möglich ist, über ruhigere Wege führt.
Südlich des Ring of Kerry liegen der Ring of Beara auf der gleichnamigen Beara-Halbinsel und der "Mizenring" auf der Mizen-Halbinsel.
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 Day Trips Part 3
Kerry Bog Village museum outside Killorglin has recreated the turf cutters house, and the dwellings of the flsmith, a labourer and the thatcher.
Throughout the Ring of Kerry there are numerous restaurants, many of which serve the finest of seafood, freshly caught the same day from the crystal clear waters of the Atlantic.
The Ring of Kerry is an ideal place to stay with your accommodation overlooking some of the most beautiful views in Ireland.
foundmark.com /Ireland/data/Daytrips/Part3.html   (2106 words)

 Ring of Kerry Golf Club, Ireland - Carr Golf & Corporate Travel - Golf Courses in Ireland and Scotland
One of the late Eddie Hackett's last design projects, the Ring of Kerry Golf & Country Club is without doubt the most spectacular parkland golf course in Ireland and is acclaimed by many as the finest new course in the country.
The Ring Of Kerry course is that little bit special and like Adare and Killarney, is the perfect complement to some of the region's rugged links courses.
Testing holes abound at Ring of Kerry but one of the best on the outward nine is the 6th hole, called "Ladies View" due to its scenic splendour.
www.carrgolf.com /golf_courses/Ireland/75/Ring%5Fof%5FKerry.htm   (451 words)

 Ireland Insight - Irish Hotels Guide - Ireland Hotels Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The Iveragh Peninsula Kerry Ireland is circled by the Ring of Kerry that borders the sea.
Bog Village- Located on the Ring of Kerry just before Glenbeigh, this is a unique rural attraction; the village is made up of six dwellings with thatch roofing, restored to their original setting.
Sneem Church and Cemetery - the church of the Transfiguration built in 1810, displays a salmon as a weather clock, the cemetery is a burial ground for a former Irish president- Cearbhaill O'Dalaigh.
www.ringofkerrytourism.com /whattosee.html   (1321 words)

 Ring of Kerry - County Kerry Travel and Accommodation Guide
Brookvilla Bed and Breakfast is located 3km from the town of Sneem along the Ring of Kerry Road.It is a family run bed and breakfast set in a beautiful location overlooking Kenmare Bay and beach, it makes a perfect base for your holiday.
Hillcrest is a georgian styled residence on the N72, Ring of Kerry road, with spectacular views of Ireland's highest mountain and surrounding countryside.Hillcrest bed and breakfast is a perfect base for touring the delights that Kerry has to offer.
This farmhouse is nestled between the hills of Kilderry and the Slieve Mish mountains along the N70 Ring of Kerry road between Miltown and Killorglin.
www.kerryview.com /ringofkerry.php   (706 words)

 Ring of Kerry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Ring of Kerry musically takes you over the waves to frolic in the hills and glens of the Emerald Isle and laugh and sing in its pubs.
Ring of Kerry is a bursting-with-energy Irish music group that captures the hearts of listeners.
"Ring of Kerry is in love with the music that the Irish and Scots took with them as they made their way from the Old World to the New.
www.ringofkerry.us   (545 words)

 10/30/98-The Ring of Kerry
The Ring is a 179-kilometre circuit of the Iveragh Peninsula, directly south of the Dingle Peninsula on Ireland's West Coast.
A bridge from Portmagee to Valencia Island connects the Ring of Valencia to the Ring of Kerry.
It is the quietest place on the Ring, and perches at the edge of the ocean is a decaying 13th century monastery and a 16th century McCarthy stronghold.
www.saraphina.com /moseyirl/103098/103098the_ring_of_kerry.htm   (722 words)

 Destination Ireland - County Kerry Guide
South Kerry South Kerry in one of Ireland's best known tourist destinations as it is renowned world wide for the beauty of the Lakes of Killarney and the Ring of Kerry.
Starting in the South is the Beara Peninsula, divided between Co. Cork & Kerry, with Bantry Bay on the southern side (one of the deepest bays in Europe).
The biggest peninsula is the Iveragh Peninsula (Gaelic: Uibh Rathach), where the "Ring of Kerry" Tour is located (Cahersiveen).
www.foundmark.com /Ireland/Cork-Kerry/Kerry/Khomepage.html   (442 words)

 Ring of Kerry Region - Ireland View - Ireland's Travel and Accommodation Guide
The world famous Ring of Kerry is a coast road located along the shores of the Iveragh Peninsula.
The Ring of Kerry begins at the town of Kenmare passing through Cahirciveen along the headlands of the peninsula.
Ocean Wave Country House is a haven of relaxed elegance set in the famous Ring of Kerry between the mountains and the sea, with magnificent views of Dingle Bay, Slieve Mish mountains and Dooks Golf Links.
www.irelandview.com /kerry-area-ringofkerry.php   (1500 words)

 Ring of Kerry, Ireland, Driving Tour @ National Geographic Traveler
This looping route around the coast of the Iveragh Peninsula, known as the Ring of Kerry, is Ireland's best-known scenic drive.
Leave the main N70 Ring of Kerry route here and enter the town across its bridge, driving up the hill and taking the second street on the right (signed Caragh Lake), which soon becomes a bumpy road across forested boglands.
Set in a beautiful lonely valley, this wonderfully well-preserved ring fort of 1500 B.C. is well over 100 feet (30 m) in diameter, with great thick walls in which steps lead to some fine sea and mountain views.
www.nationalgeographic.com /traveler/deals/kerry.html   (1142 words)

 PGATOUR.com - Ireland's Ring of Kerry blends beauty and toughness
Nowhere is this scenic beauty as inspirational as the area surrounding the Ring of Kerry, a 120-mile twisting, turning, narrow roadway that sets out from Killarney.
Ring of Kerry measures 6,923 yards in length.
There is no question that Ring of Kerry is world class in every sense of the phrase.
www.pgatour.com /story/7311820   (957 words)

 Cycling Tours Ring of Kerry and Dingle - Kerry Ireland Cycling Holiday
We avoid the main roads around the Ring of Kerry by taking you on some beautiful quiet backroads that intersect with the Iveragh and Dingle Peninsulas.
Ring of Kerry and Dingle Tour is also available as a Self Led Cycling Tour
The Ring of Kerry, the Highlands of Donegal and the Antrim tours have more hills than the other routes and are more suited to the keener cyclist.
www.irishtourism.com /cycling-tours-ireland/rok_dingle.htm   (798 words)

 Ring of Kerry- Ireland - VirtualTourist.com
The ring of Skellig is an extension of the famous Ring of Kerry.
The Ring of Skellig is not crowded at all because its narrow roads cannot by accessed by buses, which makes it a paradise for an individual tourist.
Iveragh with the Ring of Kerry is very busy during summer, so head for Dingle (pic) or Beara in that case.
www.virtualtourist.com /travel/Europe/Ireland/Things_To_Do-Ireland-Ring_of_Kerry-BR-1.html   (1763 words)

 Ireland - Sightseeing - Kerry
The most visited part of Kerry is Killarney and the Ring of Kerry, though it is very easy to get off the tourist trail and find a piece of Ireland all to yourself.
The Ring of Kerry is a 104 mile (166 km) drive around the coastline of the Iveragh peninsula.
There are plenty of bus tours of the Ring of Kerry that also take in the main tourist attractions of the area.
www.irelandby.com /sightseeing/sightseeing_kerry.htm   (902 words)

 Ring of Kerry Camping - Glenross Caravan and Camping Park - Ring of Kerry - Ireland
The Glenross park at Glenbeigh on the Ring of Kerry and Flemings White Bridge caravan and camping park Killarney are the two of the best Irish Caravan Parks.
Glenross is situated on the spectacular "Ring of Kerry" gives this park an immediate advantage with scenic grandeur around every bend of the road as Glenbeigh is approached.
Situated on the spectacular Ring of Kerry, this park has an immediate advantage, approaching Glenbeigh there is scenic grandure around every bend.
www.killarneycamping.com /glenross.html   (635 words)

 Ring Of Kerry Hostels - KerryTourist.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Kenmare Lodge Hostel is situated in the town centre, and is the perfect location from which to discover the southwest of Ireland, linking the famous Ring of Kerry with the rugged Ring of Beara.
We are situated on the main street of the picturesque town of Cahirsiveen, where the hills of the ring of kerry sweep down to Dingle bay.
Situated in the centre of Kenmare, an ideal base to explore the Ring of Kerry and the Ring of Beara, Donnabhain’s has all the traditional, old world charm you would expect from a building in Ireland¹s tidiest town.From the native stone fr...
www.kerrytourist.com /Accommodation/Hostels/Ring_of_Kerry   (461 words)

 The Ring of Kerry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
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Kerry's strategy may just be the ticket to win the day at the New Hampshire Primary--going left to the point of radical.
Kerry is currently on a visit to Vietnam where he has been doing two things: (1) praising the Vietnamese effusively for granting access to their war archives and (2) telling the press that there's no believable evidence to back up the stories of live POWs still being held.
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 County Kerry Information Kerry Tourist Attractions Kerry Ireland Attractions county Kerry Heritage Sites Kerry Rose of ...
No matter from which direction the County of Kerry is approached, the great central spine of mountains draws the eye of the traveller like a great symphony draws an audience to a fitting climax.
The relatively high mountains and narrow peninsulas conjure weather patterns, which change the face of the mountains, the surface of the water and the texture of the landscape by the minute.
Located in the Village at Glenbeigh on the magnificent Ring of Kerry is a unique rural attraction.
www.ebookireland.com /kerry.htm   (1447 words)

 Ireland's Ring of Kerry Trail
Kerry is a land of great beauty, mystery, and legend and the Iveragh Peninsular is at the heart of this Kingdom.
The Ring of Kerry is a route which winds its lazy way around the Iveragh Peninsular and wherever you are, there are views of mountains, lakes or sea coupled with true Irish hospitality; this area will leave you with memories that will stay in your heart for ever.
The Ring of Kerry is one of Ireland's "must see" destinations, a riding holiday here gives you the opportunity to explore areas that most visitors never see and are mostly unaware of with long sandy beaches, mountain trails, and lakeside paths to be explored.
www.equestrianvacations.com /horseback_riding/killarney.php   (581 words)

 PGATOUR.com - Ireland's Ring of Kerry features fine scenery, golf
Nowhere is this scenic beauty as inspirational as around the Ring of Kerry, 120 miles of twisting, turning, narrow roadway that sets out from Killarney and winds its way through forests, past lakes, over mountains, through valleys and along the coast, eventually returning to Killarney again.
Yes, the course is hilly by nature, but the availability of golf carts (buggies as they are known on that side of the Atlantic) means you do not have to walk, so the aesthetics can be enjoyed without needing the agility and fitness of a mountain goat.
Located a brief 4 miles outside of the pretty town of Kenmare and a few miles further from Killarney, Ring of Kerry has the added advantage of saving the 3 to 4 hour drive, back and forth to Waterville.
www.pgatour.com /story/6728124   (942 words)

 KERRY Ireland - Travel Guide County Kerry B&Bs Hotels Self Catering Accommodation
County Kerry is renowned the world over for its beautiful scenery, including Irelands highest mountain Carrantuohill (1,040 metres 3,414 feet) the Lakes of Killarney, it beautiful sandy beaches, cliffs and rocky headlands.
No trip to Kerry is complete without including the panoramic Ring of Kerry drive on the Iveragh Peninsula.
The fair is one of Ireland's oldest and longest celebrated and is held without fail on 10th, 11th and 12th August every year with 12 hours of free family street entertainment.
www.travelireland.org /kerry/index.html   (382 words)

 Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry route is located on the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry and is an area of outstanding natural beauty with mountains, bog and woodland interspersed with lakes, rivers, fast running streams and waterfalls.
Forming part of the Ring of Kerry, it lies very south west of Kerry between Currane and Ballinskelligs Bay.
It is the capital town and administrative center of County Kerry, Ireland’s premier tourism county.
donfaust.com /ireland/kerry.htm   (1245 words)

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