Wrapped in some of Ireland’s most breathtaking scenery, Reeks District on the south-west coast is a stone’s throw from Kerry Airport, a two-hour drive from Cork and Shannon and four hours from Dublin.
Stretching from Ireland’s highest peak Carrauntoohil (1,038m above sea level) to the Blue Flag beaches of Castlemaine Harbour, it’s an outdoor enthusiast’s playground with a wide range of activities to suit everyone, from stand-up paddle boarding on Caragh Lake, to walking the gentle slopes of the Kerry Way.
Home to one of Ireland’s oldest festivals, Puck Fair, Reeks District also boasts colourful towns offering quaint Irish pubs and many wonderful restaurants that serve up fabulous home-cooked food such as succulent Kerry lamb and Cromane oysters.
Visitors to the region can enjoy traditional Irish hospitality in accommodation including country house hotels, luxury villas and laid-back hostels.
Find out more here on our website or at the Reeks District Visitor Centre in Killorglin.
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