Plan Your Visit

Destination Accessibility Guide

In Ireland, airlines, trains, buses and ferries are accessible to people using a wheelchair or mobility device. Kerry airport provides services for people with physical disabilities and are able to assist with baggage, getting around the airport and getting on and off the plane. Use your Leap card to travel seamlessly throughout the public transport network.


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Kerry's range of accommodation options give all of our visitors the choice from easy to access, spacious, accessible and many accommodations will ensure a quiet space for mealtimes.

Spaces for Everyone

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Sometimes we need a space that just feels safe, and other times, it's a space that's inclusive and friendly. Kerry's hospitality sector, our communities and spaces are all moving towards more accessible and inclusive options.

Going Outdoors & Exploring the Environment

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Kerry is known worldwide for its heritage, culture and outstanding natural beauty. There are many accessible paths and quiet trails within the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and the 25,000 Hectare Killarney National Park. For solitude, peace and time away for yourself and your loved ones, you can see the sights of Kerry with accessible public transport, and enjoy the easy pace around our closely connected towns and villages. Our greenways are a wonderful way to get out and explore and with a little planning, your day out can be most enjoyable and bring you directly into the wonders of our natural landscape.

Accessible Attractions

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When it's easy for everyone to enjoy the many attractions throughout Kerry, it makes your entire experience here all the more memorable. Ionad an Bhlascaoid / The Blasket Centre on the western tip of the Dingle Peninsula / Corca Dhuibhne, is an excellent example of how thoughtful design and planning can set the scene for an incredible experience. Muckross Traditional Farms (open Summer through October) offer a convenient shuttle bus for all ages and abilities.  

Stories from Kerry

Grounded in heritage yet open to ideas, Kerry is a place to gain and share perspective. Keep exploring the county with our latest blogs.

Keeping The West Wild - Conservation in Kerry

Kerry is Ireland’s wild west. A land which is largely undisturbed by man, left to flourish in its natural beauty. While the rest of the world expanded into urban sprawl, the people of Kerry fought to preserve its green rolling hills and rugged coastline from the influence of overdevelopment. It’s…

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Ursula Jacob Explores Kerry in Ireland's Tracks & Trails

Watch former Wexford Camogie Player and RTE analyst Ursula Jacob discover two coastal trails in Co. Kerry on Series 11 of Ireland's Tracks & Trails. Throughout the series, well-known presenters explore trails throughout Ireland, representing what is best about the wild and natural landscapes of this…

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The Local's Guide to Kerry

When visiting new places what better information can you gather than that of the locals. We are delighted to share local knowledge of some great things to discover in Kerry. The following are tips and information from locals, who of course, love Kerry and are passionate about their beautiful county.

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10 Breathtaking Walks That Won't Leave You Breathless

Kerry has some of the most beautiful landscapes you can find - and what better way to soak in that beauty than a leisurely stroll through some of Kerry’s most magical walkways and trails? Here’s a list of 10 walks which will leave you speechless, without leaving you breathless! Nestled in the Slieve…