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Accessible only by boat, lashed by the elements, and inhabited almost solely by the numerous seabirds for which both Skellig Michael and its sister island Little Skellig are famous, it feels like a place to which man was never meant to venture. An 'incredible, impossible, mad place,' in the words of playwright George Bernard Shaw, "a part of our dream world." Three ways to experience the Skellig Islands Explore the Skelligs by boat Take to the ocean on a boat trip to Skellig Michael. Or choose a boat tour that will take you around the island. Visit the Skellig Experience What was life really like on these isolated islands? Learn about history of the Skellig Islands at this heritage centre. Tour the Skellig Ring Drive The Skellig Ring drive is a detour off the Ring of Kerry: think winding lanes, mountain roads and the Atlantic Ocean. A sacred place In the 6th century, however, a small group of monks retreated here. The artistry, creativity and ingenuity of these early settlers is still there to see. Little windows in the church built here frame the view of nearby Little Skellig, the sun warms the monastic village, which seems remarkably protected from the wind, and a vast expanse of sea and sky surrounds you. Just like the monks all those centuries ago, you're battling the elements to get here. Access to the island is seasonal (usually between summer and autumn), and weather permitting. Numbers visiting the island are limited, too, so booking in advance is highly recommended. And of course, don’t forget a hardy pair of shoes… As you climb the 600 or so steps leading to the monastic village, the views will take your breath away. But those steps are not for the faint of heart. Anyone with a fear of heights may find the summit – some 218 metres (714 feet) high – a step too far, while the trip is also not recommended for those with reduced mobility. 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