Looking for things to see and do in Milltown and Listry? Here’s our selection of the very best there is on offer. Shop at Milltown Farmers’ Market Held in Milltown’s Old Church every Saturday from 10am to 2pm, Milltown’s Farmers’ Market offers organic vegetables, local meats, local cheese, breads bakes and jams, plus there’s a… Read more
Looking for things to do in Cromane? Here’s our selection of the very best there is on offer. Take an oyster tour Cromane is famed for its mussels and oysters – some of the most prized in Europe – and you can see the beds and farms with a drive down to the end of… Read more
Looking for things to do in Castlemaine, Boolteens and Keel? Here’s our selection of the very best they have to offer. See the Jack Duggan Monument According to legend, Jack Duggan was a Robin Hood-type, stealing from the rich to feed the poor after leaving Castlemaine for Australia in the early 19th century. His story… Read more
Looking for things to do in Inch? Here’s our selection of the very best Inch has to offer. Surf or kitesurf on Inch Beach Around 6km (3.6miles) long, iconic Inch Beach’s vast, sandy expanse is backed by towering dunes that act as wind-breakers, while views extend over Dingle Bay to the towering MacGillycuddy’s Reeks topped… Read more
Shauna O’Connor is co-owner of Peter’s Family Restaurant & Apache Pizza in Killorglin, one of the best family-friendly restaurants in the town and famed for its homemade chips, fresh Atlantic fish and dry-aged Irish beef half-pounders. Here she chooses her five favourite things to do in Killorglin. Chill out at Aloha House When you’re working… Read more
If you’re looking to bring the family together for a big birthday, anniversary or other special occasion, the Reeks District is the ideal place. Here are our top 5 tips on how to make your next family gathering even more memorable.
Jennifer Long of Inveraray Farm, a family-run B&B located just off the Ring of Kerry, chooses her five best things to do in Beaufort. The B&B has amazing views of the Gap of Dunloe, as well as the MacGillycuddy’s Reeks to the south and Lough Leane and Killarney National Park to the east. Take the… Read more
The leaves may be turning from green to gold as the sun sets on summer, but there are still loads of things to do in autumn in the Reeks District. Here’s our pick of five of the best. Get a taste of the sea at Cromane SeaFest In its first year for 2019, Cromane SeaFest… Read more
For us, the Reeks District initiative is about more than just showcasing our amazing natural amenities to visitors. It’s about encouraging all of us who live and work here to get outdoors and value what we have.
Feel you’ve been stuck inside all winter? Want to re-connect with the natural world? If you find yourself near Glenbeigh in the Reeks District, the Windy Gap Walk is just the thing for blowing away those winter cobwebs.