County Kerry, ireland
Down in the south-west of Ireland, the highest mountains in the country meet the wide Atlantic Ocean, warmed by the Gulf Stream from the Caribbean. This makes County Kerry somewhere very special.
Lakes nestle among the native oak woods, surrounded by mountains with names like Torc, Sheehy’s, Twomey’s, The Horses’ Glen and The Eagle’s Nest. Wild red deer still roam the slopes of Mangerton, just as they did long ago when Fionn Mac Chumhail and the Fianna went hunting and Oisín dreamt of Tír na nÓg.
The county has an almost magical effect on people – after one visit, you just want to return again and again. There is always something new to discover, new places to explore – even the scenery is constantly changing as the cloud shadows move with the wind across the mountains and valleys…