Wild is Beautiful in Ireland’s Ring of Kerry
Wild is beautiful when travelling Ireland’s Ring of Kerry. The Atlantic coastline, mountains, lakes, rivers and occasional farm animals on the rock strewn land adds to its charm. No wonder Charlie Chaplin took his family there for a holiday each year for 10 years.
Statue of Charlie Chaplin at coastal village of Waterville where he & his family holidayed each year.
Looking to the Atlantic coast from the hotel at Sneen in the Ring of Kerry.
Irish cows in a paddock.
Colourful wild flowers are seen along the Atlantic Coastline
Rocks, rocks and more rocks all over the land.
This great tourist stop has a wonderful menu and beautiful views from the cafe.
The Black Death Valley got its name from the Great Irish Famine of the 1860s.
Queen Victoria and her ladies-in-waiting had a picnic here at The Ladies’ View at Moll’s Gap in the Killarney National Park in 1861. The Purple Mountain range is seen along with McCuddie’s Peaks and the upper lake islands.
A beautiful view of one of the lakes in the Killarney National Park.
The Ring of Kerry was well worth the visit