County Kerry’s wonderful scenery and world class beaches have made it one of Ireland’s most popular holiday destinations both for foreign visitors and for the Irish stay-at-home vacations. It is proudly referred to by locals as The Kingdom perhaps because Kerry can truly feel like a ‘world apart’. Our map of Kerry and it’s 27 Wild Atlantic Way Discovery Points and Ferry points will help you plan your vacation in Kerry.
Central to the county lies Killarney National Park, 10,000 hectares of forest trails and the MacGillycuddy Reeks mountains with Carrauntoohil, Ireland’s highest peak.
Before The Wild Atlantic Way driving route was conceived Kerry had it’s own famous loop drives of The Ring of Kerry, The Ring of Beara, The Dingle Peninsula Loop and the smaller Skellig Ring loop. All well worth exploring.
The Discovery Points shown below are selected to help you plan your visit with the Signature Discovery Points of Skellig Michael and The Blasket Islands marked with orange map markers on our map of Kerry Wild Atlantic Way Discovery Points below.