Why You Should Visit... Kerry
While we love a good trip across the seas, the reality is that we live in one of the most beautiful countries in the world so we decided to take a moment and appreciate some of the fantastic spots on this fair isle.
From Donegal to Dublin, we are taking an all-Ireland cyber roadtrip to find out what makes each county unique and highlight a few hidden gems that only the locals might know about.
This week, the spotlight is on the beautiful Kingdom of Kerry.
Tourists generally don't require too much persuasion when it comes to visiting Kerry, as its stunning views and countryside speak for themselves.
However, while the Ring Of Kerry is a wonder to behold, the Kingdom has a whole host of charms to offer to those who venture down south including the Dingle Peninsula, Muckross House, Killarney National Park and Great Blasket Island.
But never mind us, here's what the local reckon is the best thing about Kerry!
@Herdotie the friendliest people live here :)
— S H A N Z I E ╪ (@ItsAnSOS) October 8, 2014
@Herdotie stunning beauty, mystery and magic
— can u not✋ (@Laoiseface) October 8, 2014
— Michelle NicGearailt (@Riocht) October 6, 2014
@Herdotie that some of the places in the county look like they've never been touched by technology & like it's made of magic
— Marie Dunne (@MarieDunne93) October 6, 2014
@Herdotie its people, its scenery, and the fact that it's home ~
— Donie (@donieose) October 6, 2014
@Herdotie Not a local (Mum was born there), but the Mad Well in Glenagalt is good for a visit even though it's well off the beaten track!
— Orla Byrne (@orlabyrne16) October 6, 2014