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We were advised to do the Skellig Ring and not just the ring of Kerry. Good advice. Skellig Ring is a lovely and scenic drive. Be sure to go to the little museum across the water from Portmagee to learn about the monastery life on...More
Highlight of an Irish Road Trip for sure. A must do on any Irish trip. The views are amazing with a new view on every turn. Some quaint villages, such a range of sights, from cliffs to pastures, villages to sand beaches.
I've done the ring of Kerry before ; this is superior. The roads are too narrow and the hairpin bends too hairy for tour buses so it's just you and the cyclists. We were staying in Waterville and started from there. Ballinskelligs is pretty but...More
The Skellig Ring drive was much more impressive to me than the Ring of Kerry, most of all the ridgetop view from above Portmagee, Valentia Island, the Skelligs, and on down the coast. And tour-bus free!
The Skellig ring is a road loop at the west end of the Iveragh Peninsula to the west of the Ring of Kerry. Here the beauty is special with mountains very close to the sea. Perhaps our favorite site was Valentia Island, which is now...More
That’s it has been described. The drive along the coast is amazing. Drivers are amazingly polite as the roads can be narrow. The views are magnificent all along the wild Atlantic coast. Skellig Micheal is an Island across that has been made famous as Star...More
It seems people take it from whatever direction they're travelling from: from Waterville it would be clockwise, from Cahersiveen it would be counter clockwise. Personally, i'd recommend clockwise. As soon as you turn off the... More
It seems people take it from whatever direction they're travelling from: from Waterville it would be clockwise, from Cahersiveen it would be counter clockwise. Personally, i'd recommend clockwise. As soon as you turn off the N72 on to the Skellig Ring, Ballinskelligs Bay opens up in front of you, a beautiful view..
Then you have Madeleine Maria Weber Photography Gallery, Reenroe beach, Skellig Pottery, Tig Rosie's Dungeagan, Fermoyle Pottery, Café Cois Trá (Barbara's Café), Ballinskelligs Beach, Bolus Head Loop walk, St. Finian's Bay, Skellig Chocolate Factory, Kerry Cliffs, Portmagee (Cois Cuain Gifts, The Moorings, Fisherman's Bar, Skellig Mist Café), Skellig Boat Trips, cross the bridge to Valentia Island, Skellig Experience Centre, turn left clockwise around the island, Brayed Walk Loop, Geokaun Mountain & Fogher Cliffs, Valentia Ice Cream, Valentia Lighthouse, Glanleam House & Gardens, Knightstown (Valentia Island Caravan & Camping, The Pod Gifts & Café, Boston Bar, Knightstown Café, The Royal Valentia, Valentia Island Sea Sports, The Coffee Dock), Chapelstown (The Ring Lyne), then hop on the ferry across to Renard (The Point Bar/Restaurant)..
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