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Why not follow Larry the Leprechaun over the hills and through the valley to the end of the rainbow and find his pot of gold!!
The three Lakes of Killarney blend into each other at the "meeting of the waters". The whole area is splendid and there are lovely walks you can take.The bridge in this shot is where the waters actually meet and is called Old Weir Bridge.
Take a traditional open boat through the Three Lakes of Killarney passing by Innisfallen Island, Brickeen Bridge, Colleen Bawn Rock, Torc Mountain, Old Weir Bridge , The Meetings of The Waters just to mention a few.
"Dawn" - the little brown donkeys enjoying the rub from one of her many admirers
A view of Muckross Lake from the gardens of Muckross House. Muckross Lake is the deepest of the 3 Lakes of Killarney and also has the largest of the limestone caves in its environs.
Modelled on the mountains and lakes of the Killarney Valley and built to a scale of 1:660, this 18-hole miniature golf course traces an exciting journey through the great glens and mountain passes of the region.