Kerry International Dark Sky Reserve
The Kerry UNESCO Dark Sky Reserve is located on the very western end of the Iveragh Peninsula in Kerry. Part of a worldwide dark sky conservation programme, which aims to restore the night time environment and protect areas against light pollution. This corner of Kerry is perfectly shielded from light pollution, being surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, and some of Ireland's highest mountains.
Find a dark sky place from around the world, learn more about light pollution and get involved!Learn More
Discover the ancient archaeological sites and viewing points of the night sky from around this area steeped in history and night-sky lore.Learn More
Find out more about the Kerry International Dark Sky Reserve at Kerry Dark Sky Tourism website.Learn More
Explore deep into the dark skies of the Skellig Coast to many of Kerry's charming seaside villages and scenic cliff walks, underneath the stars.Learn More