For walkers, there is a choice of several major walkways including Kerry Way, Ballyhoura Way, Dingle Way, North Kerry Way and Blackwater Way. Experienced hikers can also tackle the more challenging mountain terrain the region has to offer.


Some of the top cycling routes in the region include the spectacular 216km Ring of Kerry, which passes through some of the most breath-taking scenery in the country. Unmarked cycle routes include the spectacular scenery and rich archaeological heritage of the 142km Dingle Peninsula Cycle Route.


There are many riding centers in the region with facilities to suit all levels from beginner to advanced rider. Giving you a wide choice from one hour to three-hour treks or lessons through to all day trails.


Home to some of the best angling in Ireland the Kerry region boasts a wide range of terrains and types of fishing ranging from some of the best lake and river fishing through to adventurous and challenging shore and deep sea angling. Sea angling, some of the most fast-moving and exciting fishing can be achieved by hiring a boat or joining a group of anglers for a day’s deep sea fishing. Game angling, recent restrictions on salmon fishing are now being enforced with the Cork/Kerry region offering the highest number of rivers open to anglers for salmon and trout. Lough Leane situated within the Killarney National Park has an excellent stock of brown trout.


Sailing in every type of craft from dinghies or keelboats to catamarans is a popular pastime for locals and visitors alike. Visit places such as Dingle Bay or Fenit and you will find sailing schools and clubs willing and able to get you out on the water. Why not try sea kayaking or inland water canoeing?


If it is surfing that you enjoy trying some of the best conditions in Europe with big rollers in Autumn and Spring along dramatic coastline. Try Brandon Bay, Inch Beach, Ballinskelligs, Waterville & Derrynane, even in winter the surf is up, just be sure, and bring a good quality wetsuit.


One of the best knows golf clubs, Tralee Golf Club is right on our doorstep. The sensational Arnold Palmer designed links golf course, situated on the rugged Atlantic coast of Ireland’s south-west is a unique combination of traditional seaside golf links and the world-famous scenery of the Kingdom. Infamous for the highly respected social figures and world-famous golfers who have played the course, players have included top professional Kevin Stadler who has quoted it as being one of his top three Golf Courses, while famous actor Bill Murray said “The course at the Tralee Golf Club in Ireland is the most beautiful golf course I’ve ever played… the sea and the light and the sky and the hills and the fields…. it’s just the prettiest one.”