Sea & fresh water fishing abound this area. For details of river and lake fishing, details of fees, license requirements etc. are available at reception.
Kenmare boasts two fantastic golf courses, the Kenmare golf course and the Ring of Kerry Golf Course. The Kenmare Golf club is in the heart of the town and is picturesque and well sheltered, 18 holes, par 71, 6503 yards. The Ring of Kerry Golf Club is a championship, elevated course, with panoramic views of Kenmare Bay, challenging holes. Par 72, 6814 yards.
Kenmare is situated in the middle of the most impressive mountain ranges in Ireland, there are many walks available for all fitness levels. Join up with a walking club for an outing, check their website for information on walks Kenmare Walking Club
Horseriding available locally at Dromquinna Stables, check reception for details and to arrange times.
Learn to dive or update your underwater skills with courses for all levels at Kenmare Bay Diving, contact reception for contact details.
Kenmare is ideally located to enjoy the many scenis drives this part of the world has to offer, the ring of Kerry, the Ring of Beara, Glengarrif / Garnish Island, Bantry, Gap of Dunloe and Dingle. Trip to Ballinskelligs Take a trip to the majestic Skelligs Islands, climb the monastic site some 200m above the sea, explore the island and amazing birdlife. Boats depart daily from Portmagee. Seafari Seafari cruises invite you to explore the prolific wildlife of Kenmare Bay on Ireland's premier seal-watching and eco-nature cruise. In our comfortable and sheltered passenger vessel, we will transport you from the picturesque Kenmare Pier in County Kerry into the magical and tranquil waters of Kenmare Bay. Situated on the outskirts of Killarney town in a 47 acre complex of which 7 acres are a wildlife park. A delight for all ages, with many unusual & colourful creatures including marmoset monkeys, wallabies, llamas, exotic birds, lemurs, pygmy goats & much more.