Within 10kmM.V. Pride of the Lakes
Combination Tour including Jaunting Car & Lake Cruises. Enjoy a one hour trip by jaunting car with plenty of local knowledge and wit proveded by the local jarveys. This spectacular jaunt travels through the National Park along by the lake shore through the deerparks en-route to Ross Castle where you will commence your lake Cruise. Cruise the Killarney National Park in the comfort and safety of a covered, heated and modern vessel. This beautiful cruise offers a spectacular experience, cruising in the scenes of gentle low land, scattered islands in the shadow of the towering ruggedness of the McGillycuddy Reeks Mountrain Range. A full commentary on the flora, fauna and historical heritage of the area will be given by your experienced skipper.
Ireland’s National Events Centre is Ireland's largest multi-purpose national events centre. Located within an easy distance of three major airports, the INEC is an incredible venue spanning 3,000 square metres. The INEC regularly hosts national and international acts as well as various large-scale theatre and musical productions. With a flexible seating capacity capable of accommodating between 200 and 3,000 people, the INEC also frequently hosts both large and small-scale conventions and exhibitions.
Killarney is home to some of Irelands most scenic and challenging golf courses. A renowned combination of parkland courses and links can be availed of. It is rare to find golf courses that offer both a challenge and an opportunity to enjoy breathtaking scenery but here in Killarney you will be spoiled for choice.
Horse Riding & Pony Trekking
Guided tours of the National Park with Killarney Riding Stables or Muckross Riding Stables. All levels of experience are catered for.
Walking & Hiking
Killarney has something to suit walkers and hikers of all levels. From a gentle stroll around the lakes in the National Park to climbing Carrauntouhill.
Muckross House & Gardens
This amazing Victorian House & Gardens are nestled in the 25,000 acre National Park. This is one of Killarney’s premier tourist attractions. There are daily tours of the house during peak tourist months, which give an interesting insight into life in the “Big House” during Victorian times. Visitors can wander around the extensive grounds, browse in the gift and craft shop. The grounds of Muckross house are home to many species of birds, wildlife such as squirrels, foxes, badgers, bats, shrews and voles. It truly is a nature lovers paradise.