Kenmare Travel Guide

Public Transport

Bus

There are daily bus-services to Killarney. There is also a daily service to/from Cork in the summer months on the N71 via Bantry and Clonakilty.

Road

The N71 also connects Kenmare to Killarney on a mountainous and scenic part of the Ring of Kerry route via Molls Gap and Ladies View. Alternatively one can reach Killarney via the slightly longer but more comfortable route through Kilgarvan. Kenmare also lies on the N70 national secondary road south-Cork route to Glengarriff.

Rail

Kenmare railway station opened on 4 September 1893 and finally closed on 1 February 1960.

Air

The nearest airport is Kerry Airport, which is 50 km away. A wider range of services is available from Cork Airport, which is 90 km away. There is a daily direct service to/from Cork Airport in the summer months on the N71 via Bantry and Clonakilty.

source: Wikipedia

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