Welcome to The Ring of Kerry Blog

This is where we will talk about the nature, history, culture, food, events and wonderful sights and even sounds to be found in this special part of the world. We would like to extend an invitation to you all to contribute an article you think might be interest to our readers. We are looking for original pieces from people who are passionate about their subject matter. It doesn’t have to be long or witty or a contender for the blog awards just interesting and useful to the people visiting or living on The Ring of Kerry.

Best wishes from The Ring of Kerry Team, see you soon!


4 of Top 10 Irish Beaches are in Kerry

According to Trip Advisor 4 of the Top 10 beach beaches in Ireland are in Kerry and 2 of those are on The Ring of Kerry.

The Top 10 beaches in Ireland in a traveller's survey by TripAdvisor over the last 12 months are: 

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K Fest - Music and Arts Festival in Killorglin

K Fest Killorglin

K Fest is a fairly new and very welcome addition to the festival scene in Kerry. It is held in Killorglin over the June Bank Holiday weekend each year and offers a fresh take on art, music, poetry and all things cultural. 

There's a wide range of interests catered for and all with a friendly, young energy. A great weekend for the young and the young at heart!

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Pre-historic 4,000 year old forest in Ireland

The storms that wreaked havoc on Ireland and the UK in January 2014 changed the face of the coastline. The force of the storm shifted sands and boulders striping beaches in one area only to deposit the material in another. Indeed new islands appeared at low tide and features of Ireland's rugged coastline and Wild Atlantic Way were revealed for the first time in living memory.

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