Discover the wonderful prehistoric landscape of County Kerry, Ireland

Welcome, Fáilte to Kerry Geo

The online portal to geological heritage and geotourism within County Kerry, Ireland


Rich in heritage, County Kerry in the South West of Ireland is an ideal venue

for discovering and uncovering diverse heritage of the landscape and its varied geology, archaeology & fauna  

When the land meets the sea - on a journey along the Kerry coast

It must now be more than a year since I found this photograph of ancient ripple marks. The fossilized marks seen on the red sandstone which covers pretty much the entire southern part of County Kerry isn’t anything unusual. What makes it unusual and very special is tha...

Situated on the shoreline of North Kerry's Wild Atlantic Way, between Ballyheigue & Ballybunion, Kilmore Strand is a quiet beach that is rich in geological features.

Fenit Beach is located on north side of Tralee Bay about 10 km (6 mi) west of Tralee town, just south of the Shannon Estuary. The area has a number of environmental designations (SAC, pNHA) as it is rich in a diverse range of flora and fauna. This sandy beach was award...

Black Rock and Small Rock are located between the blue flag golden beaches of Banna Strand and Ballyheigue Bay.  The two rock formations have a diverse formations that have become landmarks to the residents and remain mostly unknown by tourists visiting the area. 

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