Travel to Kerry
County Kerry is a coastal county lying on the south-western tip of Ireland, bounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the west and south, the Shannon estuary to the North and County Cork to the east.
Kerry Airport is located just outside Farranfore village which is mid-way between Tralee and Killarney.
To plan and book a flight to Kerry, please visit www.kerryairport.ie
Railway stations are located in Killarney, Tralee, Farranfore and Rathmore. For timetables and route maps, please visit www.irishrail.ie
Visit www.buseireann.ie to plan your route and check timetables for public bus services to Kerry.
From Dublin – via the M7 and N21
From Galway & Limerick – via the N21
From Cork – via the N22
From Rosslare Harbour – via N25
Travel to Kerry via Clare by ferry and if you’re lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of some fun-loving dolphins in the estuary. Visit www.shannonferries.com for sailing schedule and timetable.