Killarney Town

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Killarney Town

Killarney is the largest town in County Kerry (known locally as ‘The Kingdom’). With a population of around 14,000 Killarney is nestled is in a deep valley in the MacGillicuddy Reeks, beside the Lakes of Killarney and part of the Killarney National Park. It is home to St. Mary’s Cathedral, Ross Castle, Muckross Abbey, torc waterfall and Innisfallen Island, the location of a ruined monastery. It is a sister city of Concord, North Carolina.

Renowned for the splendour of its scenery, Killarney is one of Europe’s best-known tourist centers. Killarney became a significant town during the mid 1700’s when the local magnate, Lord Kenmare, developed the tourist business.

Killarney is approximately 90 minutes (87KM) by car to Cork City. Killarney is located on the main Dublin/Tralee rail line, which provides 9 services per day and a 3-hour journey time to Dublin. Kerry Airport at Farranfore, approximately 15 km away, provides flights to Dublin, Frankfurt Hahn and London Stansted. (see the Killarney Transport page for more information on transportation options)



What to do in Killarney 

Weather in Killarney 

Visitors Attractions in Killarney 

Killarney National Park 

Declan O'Sullivan 

Kieran Donaghy 

Paul Galvin 

Mike Frank Russell 

Seán O'Sullivan 

Jack O'Connor 

Killarney National Park 

Colm "the Gooch" Cooper 

Diarmuid Murphy 

Eoin Brosnan 

Marc Ó Sé 

Michael McCarthy 

Aidan O'Mahony 

Darragh Ó Sé 

Diarmuid Murphy 

Eoin Brosnan 

Marc Ó Sé 

Michael McCarthy 

Seamus Moynihan 

Tommy Griffin 

Tom O'Sullivan 

Tomás Ó Sé 

Gaelic Football 

Dr. Crokes Killarney 

Gaelic Football 

Rathfarnham Tours  


Innisfallen Island 

Muckross Abbey 

Ross Castle 

St. Mary's Killarney 

Rathfarnham Roads 

What to do in Dublin 

Tour 1  

Tour 2 

Tour 3 

Tour 4 

Bray- Greystones walk 

Glencullen Mountain Walk 

U2 tour