County Kerry is one of Ireland's richest counties in terms of the quality and quantity of places to visit. Most people come to Kerry to see its striking scenery and rich historical and cultural sites. Those looking for evidence of Ireland's long and eventful history are spoilt for choice in County Kerry. County Kerry contains some of Ireland's most iconic scenery, impossibly crenulated coastlines, endless green fields crisscrossed by tumbledown stone walls, and mist-shrouded mountain peaks and bogs. With one of the country's finest national parks Kerry's exquisite beauty makes it one of Ireland's most popular tourist destinations.
The town of Tralee is situated on the northern side of the neck of the Dingle Peninsula, and is the largest town in County Kerry. The town itself is over 800 years old and is the capital town and administrative centre of County Kerry. The town's population is approximately 25,000.