Killarney

Ross Castle is a medieval tower in Killarney National Park. St Mary’s Cathedral, an enormous structure near the town centre, was consecrated in 1855. Torc Waterfall is near the roadside in the National Park. Many pleasant lakeside walks also lead from here. A beautiful but quite precarious road leads through the Gap of Dunloe. The […]

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Skellig Michael

Skellig Michael juts abrupty from the Atlantic around 12km from the mainland. Its a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where a Gaelic Catholic monastery operated for hundred of years until being abandoned in the late 12th century. From Portmagee, boat operators run both half-day landing and 2 hours non-landing trips to the island. […]

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Scraggane Point

There’s nothing particularly exceptional at Scraggane Point itself, but the whitewashed houses that sit between the dunes and the farmland are quite attractive, making for an interesting detour off the main route. […]

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