Explore Ireland's first ever National park
Killarney National Park
Sprawling over 10,000 hectares, Irelands first national park is also a designated Unesco Biosphere Reserve since 1982. The most idyllic of places to explore the park takes in iconic landmarks such as Muckross House, Torc, Ross Castle and provides amazing views of the lakes of Killarney. Take in the panoramic views of the highest mountains of the country and keep your eyes on alert as you may spot Ireland’s only wild herd of native red deer.
Discover the highlights of one of the most picturesque towns in the country’s beautiful South-West.
Torc Waterfall & MountainOne of the most photographed locations in IrelandLearn More
Gap of DunloeA spectacular mountain pass notorious for its beautyLearn More
Killarney House & GardensNow restored to its former glory in the heart of the townLearn More
Ross Castle15th Century Castle located on the edges of the lakesLearn More
Muckross House and Gardens19th centry Victorian mansion set in spectacular surroundsLearn More
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