Killarney and Tralee are Kerry’s two main towns.
Both have plenty to do for holidaymakers and are surrounded by amazing scenery.
Killarney is home to the world famous Killarney National Park. To explain its beauty in words is difficult but a walk, cycle or boat trip through the lakes are not to be missed.
Killarney also has great bars, restaurants and night life. It is a great place to base oneself for climbing Ireland’s highest peak Carrauntoohill.
If you are here during the summer you might be lucky enough to attend a GAA football match. Watch Kerry’s county team play some football to rival the scenery of Fitzgerald stadium.
Tralee is home to the annual Rose of Tralee festival that takes place in August. The town comes alive with funfairs, street performers and open air concerts.
The town is well serviced with great bars and restaurants, shops and attractions such as the county Museum, The Aquadome, Tralee Wetlands Centre and Blennerville Windmill.
Both towns have very good campsites located centrally.