Located in the southwest, County Kerry is in the Province of Munster, and is an area rich in natural beauty. Known as “the Kingdom,” Kerry’s highlights are Killarney National Park, the Dingle Peninsula, the scenic Ring of Kerry, and Tralee, home of the famous “Rose of Tralee” festival.
One doesn’t have to go far to find thin places in County Kerry. The landscape has beautiful coastlines, rugged mountains, and lush forests. Three lovely peninsulas are located here: the Dingle, the Iveragh, also known as the “Ring of Kerry,” and the Beara Peninsula, part of which is in County Cork as well. For more information about Kerry’s thin places, check out Corca Dhuibhne (Dingle Peninsula) and Mapping my Journey.