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.

BY AIR:
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

BY RAIL:
Railway stations are located in Killarney, Tralee, Farranfore and Rathmore.  For timetables and route maps, please visit www.irishrail.ie

BY BUS:
Visit www.buseireann.ie to plan your route and check timetables for public bus services to Kerry.

BY CAR:
From Dublin – via the M7 and N21
From Galway & Limerick  – via the N21
From Cork – via the N22
From Rosslare Harbour – via N25

BY FERRY:
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.

Contact Us

Kerry County Council
Tourism Department
Co Buildings,
Rathass,
Tralee,
Co. Kerry
Tel: 066/7183642
Email Tourism

Translate »