A 13km cycle along the coastline from Camp to Blennerville offers beautiful views of the coastline as well as the Slieve Mish Mountains. Blennerville Windmill is Ireland’s oldest working windmill and a visit includes a tour of the windmill, an immigration display with fascinating insights of life onboard the famine ship the Jeanie Johnston, a vintage equipment display as well as the Kerry Model Railway. Tralee town has a wide range of hotels, guesthouses, restaurants, cafes and bars as well as a number of all-weather attractions including the Kerry County Museum, Tralee Bay Wetlands Eco & Activity Park, The Aquadome, Tralee Omniplex, just to name a few. The next part of this section brings the cyclist to North Kerry and the villages of Lixnaw and Finuge before arriving in the Literary Capital of Ireland, the lovely Listowel. Famous for it’s annual Listowel Writers Festival, the town has several unique visitor attractions including Listowel Monorail, Listowel Castle and St. John’s Theatre and Arts Centre. It also has a number of fine restaurants, cafes and bars and a large town park which runs adjacent to the majestic River Feale. On leaving Listowel, the next part of the route goes through Kilmorna before reaching the Limerick town of Abbeyfeale.