The Kerry region is comprised of four main towns; Killarney, Kenmare, Tralee and Dingle. The Ring of Kerry is arguably the most scenic touring destination in the world, taking in many small towns with big personalities along the way. Kerry is rich in culture, heritage and history with ancient sites aplenty along the route. Many of these sites are huge attractions today with guided tours, talks and stories for you to enjoy. A social programme can be tailored to suit any cultural, heritage and history requirements.
- Dingle Dingle, once cited by National Geographic as 'the most beautiful place on earth', boasts stunning mountains and rugged coastline for you to explore. Dingle has been attracting adventure enthusiasts, walkers, hikers and trekkers to the region for decades while continually updating the product offering. The relatively new adventure coasteering is very popular in Dingle with suitable coastline, caves and inlets to experience. Dingle is the perfect area for boating and kayaking with the world famous Fungi the dolphin inhabiting the local harbour. Small meetings, conference and Gala dinners can be catered for in this beautiful coastal town.
- Kenmare Kenmare is a tranquil town nestled amongst areas of unspoilt natural heritage and beauty and one of many gateways from which you can access the Ring of Kerry and the Beara Peninsula. Kenmare, titles Kerry's first Heritage Town, is bursting with culture and heritage with many sites of interest open to the public. The Beara Peninsula, much like Kenmare, is full of culture, history and heritage surrounded by rugged coastline and adventure. Small meetings, conference and Gala dinner can be catered for in Kenmare with the paradise of Sneem Parknasilla Resort available for events; seeing truly is believing.
- Tralee Tralee is the largest town in Kerry acting as a gateway to the Dingle Peninsula and the Ring of Kerry. There are many places of special interest including the County Museum and Siamsa Tíre. Siamsa Tíre is Ireland's National Folk Theatre venue offering plays and traditional music acts through Irish. This is ideal as an evening event; especially if you want learn more about Irish culture. There are numerous archaeological sites around Tralee which are open to the public and a must see if you are interested into the local history. These sites can be built into your social programme. Tralee can cater for meetings, conferences and Gala dinners.
- Killarney Killarney Killarney is not simply the town that can cater for your small meetings to large conferences of up to 2,500 delegates; it is so much more unique than that. Killarney, voted as one of 100 unforgettable destinations by 'National Geographic', has 250 years of recorded history in Tourism which proves that local expertise are nurtured to continually set industry standards and remain to the fore in terms of hospitality and service. Set in the midst of 26,000 acres of National Park for you to explore, Killarney town is quite compact with all hotels, meeting venues and the conference centre all being within a 1.5km radius; thus relieving you in organising great amounts of transportation between venues. A vibrant town all year round with enetrtainment Killarney...Spectacular by Nature