Kerry Airport

Car Hire Kerry Airport

Kerry is a county in the south west of Ireland and is famous for its beautiful scenery and having the highest rainfall in Ireland. It became a popular destination for tourists in the 19th century. Kerry can be divided into 4 main areas, the Iveragh Peninsular and Dingle and also the Beara Peninsular and Northern County Kerry.

Kerry Airport Mini Guide

About Kerry Airport
Kerry Airport is also known as Farranfore Airport and is 13 km from Killarney and the ‘Ring of Kerry’ and 15 km from the town of Tralee. Ryanair and Aer Arann operate all flights from the airport to Dublin and some airports in the London area. Some seasonal routes are also operational to Spain and Portugal. It is a small airport with basic facilities, such as a customer service desk and a gift shop for last minute buys. There is a restaurant and bar, if you need a quick snack or drink and a bureau de change for you to get extra Euros. Free Wi-Fi can be accessed at the airport from your mobile or laptop. The car hire offices can be found at the airport at the long term car park. Both short and long term car parks are available.

About Kerry County
The ‘Ring of Kerry’ is a 179 km drive through spectacular landscapes with lots of places to visit on the way. The Muckcross Estate has a working farm and 15th century abbey as well as a Victorian mansion for you to visit. Another famous landmark is the Torc Waterfall, it is over 60 ft high and close to the town of Killarney.  One of the most scenic stopping points is Ladies View, where you can see three lakes and the tallest of the mountains. An unusual attraction is the Skellig Michael, a 6th century monastic settlement on a tiny island – it is no longer accessible but there is a museum on the mainland. The town of Killarney and Killarney National Park are not to be missed and showcase the best of the region.

On the Dingle Peninsular, you will find the port town of Dingle and lots of beaches to enjoy. Garraun Point is the western-most tip of Ireland and is 3,000 km from North America and you will see the remote Blasket Island’s lying just off the coast. The highest mountain pass in Ireland, the Conor Pass stretches north to south of the Dingle Peninsular and is accessible by car.

In Northern Kerry, you can visit the county town of Tralee and the Kerry County Museum. The Tralee and Dingle Steam Railway is over 100 years old and runs from Tralee to Blennerville, where you can see the working Blennerville Windmill. The medieval Ardfert Cathedral is also nearby - built in the 12th century, it has 3 churches and an ogham stone.

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Kerry Airport

Most visitors come to drive the ‘Ring of Kerry’ and for the Killarney National Park, where you can see mountains and rivers and beaches too. The area is also popular for horse riding and golf as well as kayaking and sailing.

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