Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry is a scenic tour that starts in Kenmare and travels anti-clockwise around the Iveragh peninsula. The length of the route is 175 km and takes you through the most picturesque villages in South West Ireland.
Immediately after leaving Kenmare the Ring of Kerry route takes you over Molls Gap and Ladies View along a winding mountain road.
From there the route leads you through Killarney National Park to Killarney, Torc Waterfall and Ross Castle and up to Killorgin. Driving south to Glenbeigh, home of the famous Dooks golf course and further to Cahersiveen, Waterville and back through Caherdaniel and the picturesque village of Sneem.
Along the way you have many opportunities to visit historical landmarks such as rock art, Ballycarberry Castle, Derrynane house and Abbey and Staigue Fort.
There are also many beaches such as Rossbeigh, Kells and Derrynane.