The beauty of County Kerry is world famous, with towns such as Killarney, Dingle and Kenmare being extremely popular with tourists. Killarney Park is home to many lakes, woods, deer and establishments of historical significance.
The Blasket islands are an experience like no other, the most westerly island in Europe uninhabited since the 1950’s, they are one of few places left untouched by modern development and technology. One can feel a true disconnect from the modern world here surrounded only by the sounds of the Atlantic waves.
The Ring of Kerry in the southwest of Ireland is one of our most scenic routes located in some of the most beautiful, unspoilt natural environments in Ireland. The views on the drive from Tralee and Brandon are absolutely breath-taking for any visitor who makes the trip.
For outdoor recreationalists there are a multitude of activities to partake in. The Atlantic coastline is the perfect location for any water sport you could think of, from surfing to deep sea diving and many more. The lakes found in Kerry have made angling intensely popular in the county. Golfers will also be extremely pleased with the facilities on the championship course at Waterville, ranked as one of the top five courses in the country. Other activities in Kerry include horse riding and hill walking.
County Kerry offers one of the best pub scenes in the country as the people are incredibly friendly and live music is a mainstay in nearly all establishments. Visitors won’t have to look far for a party atmosphere to remember.
Europcar Kerry Airport is conveniently located to set you on your journey around the beautiful landscape that is County Kerry. Our location can cater to leisure customers and business customers, availing of the flexible short, medium and long term business fleet management service offered by Europcar and customers renting a van.