Rathmore

"Welcome" to Rathmore, which is in Southwest Ireland and is famous for remarkable surroundings, including beaches and coastal plains.

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Dublin, the nation's capital, stands 150 miles northeast of Rathmore.

Designate time to visit Killarney, only 13 miles to the west. Remember to see Gap of Dunloe while you are there.

Go and see the Kerry Senior Team take to the field at home, Fitzgerald Stadium. Located in Killarney, it's 13 miles to the west of Rathmore. If you're lucky enough to make it to a Kerry Senior Team game while you're in the area, you'll be blown away by the team's skills.

Arthur Young Trail and Old Boathouse Trail, located in Muckross, are great places to visit. This area is around 12 miles out of Rathmore. Another idea is to spend a day in Beaufort. It's roughly 18 miles away from Rathmore and is where you can find the Beaufort Golf Course and Ballymalis Castle.

To find the Listowel Golf Club, Garden of Europe and Lartigue Monorail and Museum, you need to head northwest from Rathmore for 25 miles to Listowel. Should you have the time, also check out the St John's Theatre and Arts Centre and Childers Park.

If your picture of an excellent vacation is exploring some natural environments, then sign up for mountain biking or mountain climbing.

Bird watching and camping are just some of the many outdoor leisure activities available in this area.

Specialized tours are the ideal way to delve into the places and tales that have shaped this region. So consider signing up for one of the renowned activities on offer, which includes guided nature walks and city walking tours.

If you are a watersports enthusiast, you'll enjoy all the time you spend in Southwest Ireland. Canoeing and sailing are a pair of water activities you certainly should try.

What's time away in a foreign destination without trying great cuisines? Southwest Ireland is a prime area to stimulate your senses!

Go ahead and ask the locals about the ingredients characteristic of the region, like mutton and pork.

Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and drisheen (blood sausage) are two popular meals that are sure to provide visitors with a true taste of Southwest Ireland.

You can't depart from the area before ordering sweet seedcake loaf.

The top bars in Southwest Ireland often have Murphy’s Irish Stout, so be sure to try one if you take pleasure in a beer.

If you're seeking an alcohol-free option that's popular among locals, ask for Club Orange (similar to Fanta).

It's a sad truth of life that all vacations do eventually end. However, after exploring such a gorgeous place, you will depart with memories which will occupy a piece of your heart for years to come.

Don't stress about catching your flight. Just make sure you remember the closest airport is 15 miles to the northwest of Rathmore.


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