Portmagee

  1. Portmagee Seaside Cottages - Blasket Cottage

    Portmagee, Kerry

    The Blasket Cottage is a well maintained cottage with spacious bedrooms and panoramic views of the sea and Valentia Island, in County Kerry.It offers you top quality accommodation, in one of Ireland's most stunning locations. Read more

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  2. Skellig Michael Cruises

    Portmagee, Kerry

    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. Read more

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  3. The Waterfront

    Portmagee, Kerry

    Family run Bed & Breakfast nestled between the sea and the moutnains, overlooking Valentia Island, with private parking and garden for visitors use. We have five en-sutie bedrooms with tea/coffee making facilities and free wi-fi. We also have a comfortable visitors lounge with Sky TV and a selection of books to enjoy during your stay. in the morning youc an indulge in a freshly cooked breakfast with home-made brown bread Read more

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  4. Murphy Sea Cruise - Boat Trips to Skellig Rock

    Portmagee, Kerry

    Boat trips daily from Portmagee to the Skellig Rocks. Read more

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  5. Portmagee Old Year Festival

    Portmagee, Kerry

    For over a century and a half, the arrival of each New Year is celebrated in Portmagee with a unique custom called 'The Old Year'. The event centres around a street parade with blazing turf torches. Read more

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  6. Portmagee Seaside Cottages - Mackens Farmhouse

    Portmagee, Kerry

    Built in 1885, Mackens farmhouse is a renovated two storey slate roofed house, where many of the house's original features remain. The farmhouse stands on a working farm, overlooking the sea, just 3.2km from Portmagee Village in County Kerry. Read more

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  7. Moorings Seafood Restaurant

    Portmagee, Kerry

    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. Read more

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  8. Portmagee Harbour

    Portmagee, Kerry

    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. Read more

  9. Cois Cuain Gifts

    Portmagee, Kerry

    Cois Cuain is gift shop full of hidden gems and is located in Portmagee, a tiny village on Kerry’s Iveragh peninsula. Read more