The Kerry Way is the Emerald Isle's longest trail - at 210km/130mi, it offers fantastic views of the unspoiled landscapes - a walk here will swathe you in 10,000 years of dramatic Celtic history.
Nestled in the south-west corner of Ireland, you'll spot contrastingly beautiful landscapes at every turn. From rugged cliffs to some of Europe's finest golden beaches, small friendly villages and velvety green fields to picturesque mountain ranges.
Starting in the famous town of Killarney, boasting the magnificent 'Three Lakes of Killarney', your route takes you south to the heritage town of Kenmare. Following the spectacular coastal route, the Wild Atlantic Way, you'll pass lovely towns and villages - Kenmare with its historic textile industry, Sneem famous for its little bridge and Waterville, a favored fishing location for Charlie Chaplin.
Meandering the landscape, which was carved out of rock by the last Ice Age 10,000 years ago, marvel at Iron Age forts and ruined abbeys among the many sheep that dot the fields, crisp blue loughs and pretty waterfalls. As you head northwards, the coastal views get better and better.
You'll stay in a mix of friendly bed and breakfasts. You will be sure of a warm Irish welcome everywhere. Many towns offer pubs, bistros and restaurants serving tasty local food - the seafood is especially good!
*This tour is also available as a 4-night Short Break*
|Tour Starts||Killarney train station (Pick up), times at your request|
|Tour Ends||Killarney train station (Drop off), times at your request|
|Rail Options||Inquire for details and options|
|Singles||Add $56 per night. Solo supplement is an additional $101.|
|Other details||Child: Please contact us for prices.|
|Hotels||AAAA (2 nights), AAA (4 nights), *** (1 night)|