Looking for things to do in Kerry this summer? You might be surprised at everything this scenic part of Ireland has to offer – there’s plenty to do whether you need family activities, outdoor activities, unique entertainment or cultural inspiration. Read on for our picks on the best ways to keep yourself, your kids and your family and friends entertained this summer in Kerry.
Kingdom Greyhound Stadium
Kingdom Greyhound Stadium in Tralee, Co. Kerry has a great selection of entertainment and racing action, coupled with fantastic food and drink options, and the option to tailor your entertainment to your group size. Need a great venue for your next work night out? We can help. Fancy a great value night out with the kids and some greyhound racing action? Our family deals won’t disappoint. Check out all our restaurant offers and book your next night out at Kingdom Greyhound Stadium.
Ring of Kerry
For a holiday like no other this summer, the Ring of Kerry is a must-see. This trail will take you to some of the most beautiful spots in Ireland, where you can explore castles, forts, beaches, manor houses, rugged coastlines and get back to nature away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Find out more about all the incredible things to see and do on your trip to Kerry here, and start planning your trip.
Dingle Dolphin Boat Trips
People have come from all over the world in the hopes of catching a glimpse of Fungie, the Dingle Dolphin who has been a regular fixture in the harbour for the last 30 years. Boat tours depart regularly throughout the day from Dingle Pier, allowing you the chance to see him for yourself. Even if you don’t spot him, the Dingle Harbour Cruises are a great opportunity to relax and learn a bit about this beautiful part of Kerry. If fishing is your thing, you can find plenty of spots for sea angling too.
Boat trips around Puffin Island
Puffin Island, a small island near Portmagee, County Kerry is an Irish Wild Bird Conservancy reserve, which is home to thousands of sea birds including puffins. Whilst you can’t land on the island, there are lots of tours which allow you to see the island well by boat, and you’ll also benefit from an experienced tour guide who can point out the other wildlife in the area.