Local Attractions

The location of Ballygarry Estate Hotel & Spa gives you the best possible setting for exploring all the kingdom has to offer. Sitting on the edge of The Dingle Peninsula and a stone throw from the bustling town of Killarney, we are central to some of the most beautiful locations in Ireland.

When visiting Ballygarry you have an abundance of activities to choose from whilst enjoying an unbeatable combination of breath-taking natural scenery and unparalleled hospitality. From golfing to hiking, walking trails to angling, horse riding to surfing or shooting to cycling, a wealth of warmth and beauty awaits you.

Kerry Beaches

Fly a kite or dig in the sand on one of many Kerry’s many blue flag beaches such as Inch, Banna, Ballyheigue, Derrynane, Ballybunion or the Maherees.

Ballyseedy Woods

Explore the woodlands of Ballyseedy Woods, located on the outskirts of Tralee town, which feature a huge variety of flora & fauna, wildlife & interesting ruins of the old castle & mill.

Tralee Town

Visit Tralee town for a wide variety of fun and exciting indoor and outdoor activities. As Kerry’s capital, Tralee is also home to a number of stunning boutiques and retail outlets as well as coffee shops, bars and restaurants.

Dingle Peninsula

Ballygarry Estate Hotel & Spa is ideally located for touring the beautiful landscape and the unique culture of the Dingle Peninsula. Tralee town itself is often described as being the gateway to the Dingle Peninsula.

Kerry Golf Courses

Enjoy a golf trip with friends on one of the many impressive golf course in Kerry, from Tralee to Ballybunion or Dooks Golf Course, the stunning scenery will make it hard to concentrate on your game.

Ring of Kerry

Drive along the Ring of Kerry which will provide an insight into the heritage of Ireland. See the Iron Age Forts & Ogham Stones, Old Monasteries and landscape carved out of rock by the last Ice Age all while taking in the breath-taking Kerry scenery.

The Wild Atlantic Way

Have you ever dreamed of embarking on a journey of discovery, to hidden places and secret worlds where all kinds of enchantments lie waiting for you? Well now you can, along the wildest, most captivating, coastal driving route in the world – Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way!

The Rose of Tralee

The Rose of Tralee is an International Festival which is renowned all over the world. The festival takes place over the course of 5 days in the month of August and its list of activities are endless. Experience anything from the Rose Ball, lavish fashion shows, carousel amusements, street events and more!

North Kerry Heritage

Explore all the hidden Gems in North Kerry. Visit Listowel, the home of Kerry Writers Week and the famous Listowel Races, alongside the incredible Meenogahane Pier in Causeway and much more.


Take a walk in Killarney National Park and admire the beautiful views of its many lakes and you might even see a glimpse of a famous red deer in the woods. One should also explore sights like Ross Castle, Torc Waterfall, the Gap of Dunloe and Muckross House.


Kenmare is a tourist based town roughly one hour from Tralee. Kenmare boats breath-taking scenery, a magnificent bay which is coupled with great pubs and restaurants filled with traditional Irish Music.

Skellig Michael

Take a boat trip out to the Skellig Islands in South West Kerry. The magnificent Skellig Michael is one of only two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Republic of Ireland. The islands were featured in the stunning opening scenes in some of the latest Star Wars Movies.