County Kerry is world renowned for its stunning scenery that is apparent throughout the land. Popular tourist towns such as Killarney, Dingle and Kenmare are internationally recognized place names and offer a fantastic experience for anyone who makes a visit. The countryside crowned by Killarney National Park is the site of beautiful waterways, deep woodlands, free roaming deer, and fascinating historical structures.
Europcar Kerry Airport is conveniently placed to set you on your journey around the beautiful landscape that is County Kerry. Our location can cater to leisure customers and business customers, availing of the flexible short, medium and long term business fleet management service offered by Europcar and customers renting a van.
The Blasket Islands which lie off the south east tip of Ireland are the most westerly islands in Europe and would once have been considered the true edge of the world. Overlooking an endless horizon of Atlantic waves, the islands offer a unique chance to truly get away from civilization as they have been uninhabited since the 1950s, leaving them untouched by the ever growing pace of the modern world.
The Ring of Kerry is one of the best driving routes on the entire island, roads meander through beautiful countryside scenery as well as coastal views. The route stretches for 170 kilometers travelling from Killarney to Kenmare.
The fabulous coastline of County Kerry offers some of the best water based activities in the country. Whether you’re an avid surfer or a seasoned deep sea diver, you’ll be more than impressed in the Irish waters. Further inland the lakes offer even more activities such as the ever popular fishing, angling is incredibly popular among locals and visitors alike. If you’ve travelled to Ireland for a golfing holiday then Kerry is about as good as it gets, Waterville championship course is ranked as one of the top five courses in the entire country.
The Irish pub culture is well and truly alive in County Kerry. The local social scene revolves around the pub and once you arrive you’ll find a fantastically welcoming atmosphere throughout the county’s many establishments. Irish traditional music is a huge part of life in Kerry and you’ll find plenty of live music on show throughout.