The Wild Atlantic Way
Killarney is the perfect base for you to discover Kerry’s Wild Atlantic Way, which covers 350km in length of this magnificent driving route.
The Wild Atlantic Way, is the world’s longest driving route, 2500km which stretches from Donegal in the north to Cork in the south. With spectacular scenery and rugged coastline there is no denying the Kerry section of the Wild Atlantic Way is one of the most scenic and beautiful in Ireland. World famous tourism attractions such as Skellig Michael, (a UNESCO world heritage site), the Blasket Islands and off the beaten track fishing villages, beaches, walking trails all part of Kerry’s Wild Atlantic Way are within a short distance from Great Southern Killarney and lots more waiting to be discovered.
Killarney itself has an abundance of attractions to offer participants of the Wild Atlantic Way. Killarney is home to the beautiful Ross Castle, Killarney National Park, Muckross House and Abbey, the Lakes of Killarney, the Gap of Dunloe, Torc Waterfall and also Killarney Golf & Fishing Club. Killarney, one of Ireland’s top travel destinations, is a vibrant town full of history, heritage and activities and Great Southern Killarney is the perfect base for exploring this charming town. Great Southern Killarney is also ideally located next to the Killarney train station for anyone travelling by train who may wish to cycle through the hinterland of Killarney and parts of the Wild Atlantic Way.
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