4 Accommodation, 1 Events , 12 Things to do
Kerry Cliffs offer spectacular views of the Skellig Islands and Puffin Island, over 1,000 feet (305 meters)high. The cliffs were formed over 400 million years ago.Enjoy the specacular view while tasting some delicious foods.
Cruise around Skellig Michael and get to see this UNESCO World heritage site from a unique perspective. The cruise lasts approximately 2.5 hours. Listen to the history of Skelligs and surrounding area.
The village of Portmagee was awarded the Fáilte Ireland National Tourism Town Award in 2012. From Portmagee there is a bridge to Valencia Island and a short walk from Portmagee Pier, a working pier with a seasonal ferry service to Skellig Micheal.
Taking adventerous travellers by boat, to visit a 6th century Ancient Monastic Settlement and see amazing Birdlife. All located on the Skelligs Rock which lies 11 kilometres off the Kerry coast along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Seafood plays a large part in The Moorings Restaurant cuisine. The menu is rich and varied with nightly specials being chosen based on the availability of the best local produce.
Open all year round, the award-winning Bridge Bar is the perfect place to experience true village life. Great food, great atmosphere and great craic with regular traditional music and set dancing sessions.
A unique street parade led by a piper and a man depicting the Old Year. Surrounded by blazing turf torches, he 'dies' on the stroke of midnight giving way to a vibrant New Year!
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