Killarney National Park


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Killarney National Park

Internationally renowned, Killarney National Park encompasses the three Lakes of Killarney. Overlooked by mountains and covered in the most extensive native forest remaining in Ireland, this is a place of great natural beauty as well as scientific interest. It has the only red deerherd on mainland Ireland and is a special area of conservation. As well as this, it is loved by visitors, who can enjoy carriage rides through the park, or a casual stroll.

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  • Address: Killarney National Park, Co. Kerry
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  • Phone: +353 85 8017973
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  • Opening House: 24 hour pedestrian access except for Killarney House and Gardens (daily: 9am-6pm)
  • More Info: Admission: Free of charge
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Do & See

The ancient Kingdom of Kerry lies on the very edge of Europe - once believed to be the edge of the world, “Next parish, Manhattan” is a local phrase. This far-flung place is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Lively towns with a strong traditional culture combine with some of the world's most beautiful coastline scenery in this unique place.