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Torc Waterfall

Torc Waterfall Killarney Kerry

 Torc waterfall is situated 7 kms from Killarney town on the main Kenmare road (N71).  A short walk from the car park just off the main road will bring you to the waterfall, which is at it's best after heavy rainfall, of which we get plenty!!  Across the road it is possible to take a ...

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Muckross Abbey, Killarney

Muckross Abbey, Killarney, Kerry

Muckross Abbey, a 15th century Franciscan abbey, was destroyed by the Cromwellian forces in 1652.  Although a 'ruin', the abbey is well preserved and access is year round with free entrance.

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Muckross House & Gardens Killarney

Muckross House & Gardens

This victorian style mansion built in 1843 and centrpiece of the Killarney National Park is now one of Ireland's most popular visitor attractions.  The gardens are renowned for their collection of azealeas & rhododendrons.  There are 'jaunting car rides' to and from Muckross house from Killarney town. See video httpv://youtu.be/pcW_14siMzo

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Ross Castle

Ross Castle Killarney

Ross Castle is a 15th century castle, on the edge of the lower lake in the Killarney national park. The castle has been restored and it is possible to take a guided tour. One can take a horsedrawn carriage, known as a 'jaunting car' from town to the castle. Boat trips around the lakes of ...

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Muckross & Dinis Cottage

This is a 13 mile walk in the killarney national park along the shores of Muckross Lake & the meeting of the waters, where the 3 lakes meet, which can be walked or cycled. It is flat terrain so not difficult. We can arrange bicycle hire for you & detailed maps of the area for ...

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