Wild Atlantic Way

The journey of a lifetime awaits along 2,500km of costal road on the Wild Atlantic Way.  Pack your bags, leave the everyday behind you and get ready to embrace the best of the west.

Some of the towns, villages and islands to visit on the Kerry stage of the Wild Atlantic Way include Kenmare, Sneem, Waterville, Portmagee, Valentia Island, Skellig Islands, Beginish Island, Cahersiveen, Kells, Glenbeigh, Killorglin, Anascaul, Dingle, Blasket Islands, Tralee, Ballyheige, Ballybunion and Tarbert and Killarney is an ideal centre point for exploring all the attractions offered in these areas.

We will be delighted to welcome you & help you plan you tours of the Kerry stahe of the Wild Atlantic Way, offering a competive rate, comfortable accommodation & fabulous food.

The following is just a sample itinerary of the Attractions and ‘Things to See and Do’ on Kerry's Wild Atlantic Way route starting from Kenmare and ending in Tarbert with plenty more not mentioned here:

  1. Kenmare Harbour Tour, Old Kenmare Road, Star Watersports and a 4,000 year old stone circle 
  2. The Kerry Way walking trail (130km) – the world’s best long hike 
  1. Staigue and Loher Ancient Stone forts
  2. Derrynane House home of Daniel O'Connell
  3. Derrynane Blue Flag beach and Lough Currane Fishing in Waterville
  4. Bolus Head loop walk, Waterville village with its connection to Charlie Chaplin 
  5. Ballinskelligs Blue Flag Beach and Castle,
  6. Skellig’s Chocolate factory
  7. Coomanaspig Mountain scenic viewing spot
  8. Valentia Island - Knightstown and Boat trip to the Skellig Islands 
  9. Valentia Island - Skellig Experience Heritage Centre and kayak to Beginish Island
  10. Valentia Island - Bray Head walk, Blue Pool Natural Swimming Pool and Culoo Fishing Cliffs  
  11. Valentia Island - Geokaun Mountain and Fogher Cliffs (600ft)
  12. Valentia Island - World famous Valentia Slate Quarry
  13. Valentia Island - 385 million year old Tetrapod footprints fossil
  14. Cahergal and Leacanabuaile Ancient Stone Forts, Beentee and Knocknadobar Mtn walks
  15. Rossbeigh Beach, Coomasaharn Loop Walk and view from Drung Hill Mtn.
  16. Killorglin - Puck Fair in August – Irelands Oldest Fair and Fishing in Caragh Lake
  17. Killarney: MacGillycuddy Reeks Mtns and Irelands highest Corrán Tuathail (1,039m) see below
  18. Killarney including The Gap of DunloeKillarney National ParkThe Blue PoolMuckross AbbeyMuckross House and LakesRoss CastleTorc Waterfall
  19. Dingle: Inch Beach, Annascaul, Dingle Peninsula, Town and see the world famous dolphin Fungi
  20. Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium, Seal sanctuary and the great Play at Height Climbing Wall
  21. Ferry to unique Blasket Islands with amazing history, guided tour, walks, swimming and wildlife
  22. Gallarus 10th Century Oratory and Slea Head Coastal Drive
  23. Conor Pass scenic views and walks - drive Irelands highest mountain pass at over 400m
  24. Climb the unmissable Mt. Brandon Walk (952m), Sás Creek and Slieve Mish Mtn walks near Tralee
  25. See Tralee Bay from Brandon and walk on Irelands longest sandy beach at approx. 40km see below
  26. Tralee is Ireland’s family friendly capital. It has some of Irelands best beaches including Fenit, Banna, Kileltin and Derrymore. Also go visit the Aquadome, Playdium, Wetlands Centre, County Museum, Cinema, Tralee Town Park playground and cycle safely with kids in Ballyseedy woods 
  27. Tralee - Walking and Cycling, Caherconree mountain and the Rose of Tralee Festival in August
  28. Tralee – Start of the Dingle Way walking route and walk Irelands longest beach (see below)
  29. Tralee – Blennerville Windmill, Annagh Church, Fenit Beach and Lighthouse, Siamsa Tire Folk Theatre, Queen Scotia’s Grave, Tralee Town Park
  30. Worlds Best Links Golf – Tralee Golf Club, Waterville GC, Ballybunnion GC and Dooks GC. 
  31. Ardfert Cathedral
  32. Banna Strand beach walk
  33. Kerry Head peninsula coastal drive
  34. Rattoo Round Tower, Ballyduff
  35. Ballybunion Beach, Castle
  36. Bromore Cliffs and Stone Forts
  37. Carrigafoyle Castle
  38. Tarbert Ferry and lighthouse