Kerry Day Tour from Dublin

County Kerry is a beautiful region steeped in myth and lore, with much of it remaining unspoiled or built on. A favourite spot by visitors and locals alike for good reason. Whether you’re staying nearby or as far afield as Dublin for your stay, Kerry is an unmissable place and a must-see for anyone vacationing in Ireland. It’s quite the journey to undertake on your own, but luckily Paddywagon Tours have you covered! Our Kerry Day Tour departs regularly all year round so no matter the time of year, you won’t miss out!

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As you make your way from Dublin city to Kerry you’ll see many a beautiful sight, sprawling fields of green, stunning buildings and more, but the the highlight for most is the stop in the quaint village of Adare. With thatched roofs adorning many of the cottages along the main street it’s easy to see why Adare has been pegged as one of Ireland’s prettiest villages. Take a look off the main street and you’ll find gorgeous stone buildings, ruins, and even a Medieval Monastery.

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You’ll get to spend some time in the lovely town of Killarney once you reach the ever mythical County Kerry.  One look at the town itself and the mountains surrounding it and it’ll come as no surprise to find out that it frequently tops the polls for best place to visit in Ireland!

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Going through Killarney National Park prepare your camera because the views of the Lakes of Killarney and the Black Valley are simply magnificent! From your stop at Aghadoe there are some thoroughly enjoyable lake walks and stellar panoramic views of the surrounding landscape that will simply take your breath away.

Stroll around the breathtaking Torc Waterfall and take in one of Ireland’s most beautiful natural wonders. It’s easy to see why it’s known as one of the most romantic and mystical spots in the country.

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As you pass through the well known town of Killorglin, home of the ancient Celtic Festival of Puck Fair, ask your guide about who they used to crown King of the Festival, you’ll be in for a shock!

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The drive along Dingle Bay and Peninsula has some of the most fantastic views Ireland has to offer, make sure to take full advantage of the panoramic views on your stops along the way, you’ll get some amazing photographs!

Your tour will take you on a drive known as the Wild Atlantic Way as you make your way from one side of Dingle to the other, this route is known worldwide and with very good reason. It has the most beautiful views of Tralee as well as some spectacular ones along the way of the sprawling, remote landscape of the Dingle Peninsula.

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Before returning home to Dublin for the day, your Paddywagon guide for the day will take you to one of Irelands most famous beaches, Inch Beach. Stretching out for miles along the Atlantic Ocean, it’s not hard to see why this beach has such a reputation. All year round it attracts artists and writers alike as a source of inspiration as well as being a hotspot for surfers.

Then it’s homeward bound having see all the finest points that Kerry has to offer courtesy of Paddywagon Tours with hopefully enough memories and pictures to last a life time! Book early and avoid missing out on this amazing day tour from Dublin!