A Truly Enchanted Land
County Kerry is the place that every other County in Ireland tries to measure up to.
County kerry Ireland with it`s awesome mountains, corrugated coastline and ghostly islands from dead man`s island to virgin rock and The Blaskets fulfill the romantic dream of Ireland.
The Gulf Stream brings a touch of the Mediterranean to the coastline with the palm trees and the strawberry trees, which have waxy white flowers like lily-of-the-valley and prickly round scarlet fruit.
No matter from which direction the County of Kerry is approached, the great mountains of MacGillicuddy`s Reeks draws the eye of the traveller, including Irelands highest mountain, Carrauntoohil at 1,039m.
The mountains rise proud in County Kerry, and the coast pushes long, rocky fingers far out into the island studded sea.
The Dingle Peninsula is strung along a backbone formed by the Slieve Mish Mountains, looking out onto the Blasket Islands, the most Westerly land in Europe, in-fact after drinking a pint of Guinness in Kruger’s bar, watching the sun go down, your next pint would be in New-York.
South of Dingle town and Dingle Bay is the Iveragh Peninsula. This is completely encircled by a scenic route known as the “Ring Of Kerry”. Taking magnificent views of the Lakes of Killarney.
Further south the Kenmare River pushes hills and mountains aside as it rushes into the Atlantic Ocean alongside the shore of County Kerry’s last peninsula, the Beara.
To the north the mighty River Shannon borders County Kerry, the land is flatter and full of green pastures
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