On a typical evening in a pub in Tralee, it is likely you will witness Irish hospitality at its best. Quality food, authentic drink and warm welcomes will be coupled with lively traditional music sets and fiddlers and guitarists jamming sessions – it will quickly become obvious why the idea of the Rose of Tralee was born in a bar. Vibrant on the one hand, tranquil on the other – check out scenic views, historic landmarks and nature spots in this down to earth town.
Fun by the Water
Being located on the coast of south-west Ireland has its perks. The longest stretch of sandy beach in Ireland can be found in Tralee. Take to the lakes at Tralee Bay Wetlands for an active variety of watersports or a chilled and relaxed boat tour. If indoor water is more your thing, check out the Aqua Dome for a splashing good time.
Cultural Lessons by Experts
Kerry’s myths, history and culture have been exported to every corner of the globe. Gain a more in-depth understanding of what it means to be Irish, and in particular, what it means to be from county of Kerry. Historic landmarks are dotted across Tralee such as the Bin Ban Gallery, the National Folk Theatre, St. Johns Church and many others.
Tasty Treats by Kerry’s Finest
Producing fresh, quality food and delivering a quality and consistent service is the Kerry approach. Authentic tastes of this place include breakfast featuring local ingredients, fine dining experiences with seasonal produce, hand-selected menus with only the best homemade items and a range of Irish food that uses as much local product as possible for any budget.
A Day by the Atlantic
If one of the greatest players in professional golf history selects Tralee as the location to design his first Europoean golf course, then it must be a winner. Play a round on the sensational Arnold Palmer designed Tralee Golf Course and retire to the clubhouse bar and restaurant, all while taking in the panoramic views of the Atlantic coast.
Kerry County Museum
Take a stroll through the Kingdom’s rich history at the award winning Kerry County Museum and you will find plenty of enriching lessons to go from a tourist to a local…
Tralee Town Park
Smell the roses (literally) and explore a restful parkland in the heart of Tralee which boasts leisure walks, rose gardens, garden of the senses, playground & a commemorative fountain…
Climb to the top of the history drenched Blennerville Windmill and experience the workings of a traditional windmill in all its sustainably powered glory…
Tralee Bay Wetlands
Relax on the water. Play in the water. Eat by the water. View overlooking the water. It all happens and more at Tralee Bay Wetlands…
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Tralee has so much more to offer, as does the rest of Ireland. Contact us today to find out how we can help you experience a truly authentic trip to the Emerald Isle.