Killorglin, Co. Kerry
Killorglin (Cill Orglan in Irish) is a bustling town on the Ring of Kerry, in County Kerry. It is located at the gateway to both the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle Peninsula on the river Laune, which boasts a rowing club and a new boathouse.
Killorglin is the venue for one of Ireland's most unusual street festivals - Puck Fair. The fair is one of Ireland's oldest and longest celebrated and is held every year on 10th, 11th and 12th August and offers hours of free family street entertainment.
The main events of the festival include the traditional horse fair, parade and coronation ceremony of King Puck, open air night concerts, fireworks display, children's competitions, street entertainers and dancing displays.
Activities nearby include touring the Ring of Kerry, going to Rossbeigh Beach (which has swimming, windsurfing, sailing, horse-trekking, sailing, sea fishing, shore fishing and many other water sports and activities), golf, horse riding, angling, walking, cycling.
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Apps and Books
Meals for All Seasons - The Best of Contemporary Irish Cooking (out of print, Hardback)This vintage cookbook is out of print and only available here. Georgina Campbell's outstanding a ...more...
Irish Country House Cooking - The Blue Book Recipe Collection (Hardback)From the homely to the very grand, these delicious dishes celebrate the diversity of Irish count ...more...