Cork

Cork is an appealing, lively, waterfront city with busy narrow streets that weave around the River Lee and it’s canals. Here you’ll find some of the best food of the country. Don’t forget to visit the English Market.

Galway

Galway, the “city of the tribes”, is steeped in history. The thriving centre that has retained much of it’s easygoing charm.  Enjoy live trad music sessions all year round in one of the many traditional old pubs.

Clare

The coast of county Clare alternates long beaches with stunning cliffs. Travel inland and explore villages such as Doolin, Kilfenora and Ennistymon, where traditional Irish culture persists.

 

Fishing

Sneem on the Ring of Kerry is well-known for the good fishing areas, both sea fishing and freshwater fishing. Among the species awaiting the angler are wrasse, Pollack, conger, shark, mackerel and ling. Contact Kerry Experience Tours for a tailor-made fishing holiday that includes deep-sea fishing trips, accommodation, and airport transfers.

St Patricks Day

Celebrate St Patricks Day, 17th of March, in Sneem and enjoy all the festivities. The Sneem St. Patrick’s Day Parade is well known in a wide area, as well as the Street Market with both local products and stands from all over Ireland. Join in on the celebrations at the Sneem St. Patrick’s Day Festival such as guided walks and Live Music at night!

Horse riding

Ride out in one of the most beautiful and scenic areas, through woodlands and along sandy beaches. There are plenty of approved trekking and riding centres offering everything from novice riding on quiet beaches to cross country expeditions. The Ring of Kerry is a haven for the horse riding enthusiast.