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Beautifully located in the foothills of the 3000ft high reaching Slieve Mish Mountains and closely surrounded by some of the best sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean, Tralee is the vibrant centre of County Kerry at Ireland's scenic south west coast. Complementary to the beauty of the landscape, the town is world-famous for the week-long "Rose of Tralee" international festival.

Kerry County Museum

The climate of Kerry is very mild all year round thanks to the gulfstream (a warm ocean current originating in the carribean), which makes Tralee and its spectacular environment a hot spot for tourism and boosts the local economy. Easily reachable tourist features like the famous Iveragh- ("Ring of Kerry") and the Dingle-Peninsulas as well as the nearby Killarney National Park make the town an ideal base for your stay in Kerry. And with it's eight hundred years of history Tralee itself has a lot to offer, too. An interesting and distinctive mix of historic and modern architecture, the lively cultural scene and not least the kind and hospitable people of Kerry are more than enough reason for a journey to Tralee - the unique and unmistakeable capital of The Kindom. And with Kerry Airport right at our doorstep getting here will be a lot easier than you might think!

Ireland Map

Rose of Tralee Statue