Dating in Kerry should be a cinch! Most visitors to the Kingdom fall in love with the landscape and the heritage, yet falling in love with a potential life-partner is a different challenge altogether. Many Kerry natives remain long-term single when there’s really no need to.
INTRO Matchmaking is based in Dublin with our main offices on Grafton Street, but did you know that we have plenty of Kerry singles as members? If you’re looking for your perfect match, then we are here to help. We have been on a mission to make dating in Kerry as easy as our five-steps dating process.
Kerry is noted for its beauty, its way-of-life and for its wonderful people. In fact, when most foreigners think of Ireland, they are really thinking of Kerry and all it holds. But, with Kerry being one of the least dense populations (in relation to geographic size) in Ireland, mixing and socializing with real dating prospects is one hell of a challenge. That’s where we come in!
Things to do for daters in Kerry
Kerry is packed with amazing things to do and places to go on that first date. The scenery alone provides the perfect backdrop for two single people to fall in love. Rarely will you find a single county so generous in providing a landscape so conducive to romance. Just some of the things to and places to visit include:
1. Killarney National Park (Killarney)
2. Gap of Dunloe (Killarney)
3. Slea Head Drive (Dingle Peninsula)
4. Skellig Michael
5. The Dingle Peninsula
6. Killarney Falconry (Killarney)
7. Muckross House, Gardens & Traditional Farms (Killarney)
8. Molly Gallivan’s Cottage & Traditional Farm (Kenmare)
If you’re looking for a nice sit-down meal and conversation with your date, then you could do worse than visit any of the following venues:
Start Dating in Kerry Today
So, you see, there really is no need to delay. If your potential perfect match lives on the other side of the Gap of Dunloe, s/he might already be an INTRO member and we can bring you together to begin dating against one of the most beautiful romantic canvases a county in Ireland could ever offer.