Kerry tops staycation list

Kerry tops staycation list
…and sure why wouldn't it?

Kerry is the favourite destination for Irish people holidaying at home, with Galway and Cork in second and third place.

Some 26% selected the Kingdom as their favourite county for a break.

Galway scored 15.5% and Cork came in on 14.5%; Wexford was favourite with 8%, Donegal 7% and Clare 6%, followed by Mayo, Dublin, Waterford and Kilkenny.

When asked what they thought was the country's least appealing county for a holiday, respondents said Leitrim was the least, followed by Laois and Dublin.

More than 1,700 people took part in the survey, carried out by MyHome.ie.


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