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  • Muckross house
  • Scenic Iveragh peninsula
  • Skelligs
  • Killarney
  • Torc Waterfalls
  • Ross Castle


Heritage, Castles & Countryside

Approximate Tour Duration:

6-8 hours with picture opportunities, visits, and a suggested lunch stop. The preferred start time would be between 9 am & 10 am.

Departure from any pick-up point in the Killarney, Kenmare, or Adare area. Other pick locations are possible. Please check the amended rate via e-mail request

Summary of “Ring of Kerry”

Ring of Kerry. "The Jewel in the crown" famous for good reason! It's breath taking beauty, generously scattered with perfect vistas, the Ring combines beauty with a rich blend of culture and history.

Muckross House

Built in 1843 for Henry Herbert and his wife, the water colourist Mary Balfour Herbert, this Tudor style mansion with 65 rooms is nestled amongst the mountains and lakes of Killarney. The house was extensively refurbished in the 1850's for the visit of Queen Victoria. Continuing along the vistas of Ladies view and the lakes leave more than a lingering memory

Staigue Fort and Derrynane House

Staigue fort is a marvel and just 3 km of the Ring . Dating back to 3000 AD this forth is well worth the detour. Derrynane House is the ancestral home of Daniel O'Connell, lawyer, politician and statesman. Situated along a stunning beach, you may enjoy a brief stroll to clear your thoughts.

O'Neills The Point

We rarely make recommendations as they are often subjective. However simple fresh and stunning seafood is a rare treat and for this reason I never pass this quaint "Inn". Located at the ferry crossing to Valentia Island, Is not only satisfies your stomach but also feasts your eyes in the process. (unless the Guinness proved irresistible!)

Skellig Ring

A Little side excursion less known to the average traveller, your ProCar guide will include the Skellig Ring. This little loop will reveal vistas over cliffs, Islands and green stonewalled fields. A quarry, lighthouse and of course "The Skelligs". These remote Islands on Europe's edge were once home to monks more than 1500 years ago. We may even visit to the Skellig chocolatier if time allows.