Category Archives: Historic sites

Saint Brendan’s Well Valentia

Saint Brendan’s Well Valentia

Saint Brendan’s Well Valentia   Traveling the Skellig Ring / Wild Atlantic way on Valentia island you will pass a turn for Saint Brendan’s well. It is said that St. Brendan…

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Waterville

Waterville

Waterville Waterville is a picturesque little village overlooking stunning Ballinskelligs Bay and uniquely, also nestled on the beautiful Lake Currane which is renowned for the some of the best Salmon & Sea…

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Cahersiveen

Cahersiveen

Cahersiveen Cahersiveen is located on The Ring of Kerry, and would be the principal town of The Iveragh Peninsula.  Located along the river Fertha and on the foot of Beentee…

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Bray Head Valentia Island

Bray Head Valentia Island

Bray Head Valentia Island Bray Head is in our Top ten places to visit on the Ring of Kerry / Skellig Ring, first of all it is extremely scenic there…

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Killarney House

Killarney House

Killarney House   Situated on the Muckross road Killarney House itself is presently being restored and will open to the public in 2017, however the grounds have opened in 2016…

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Castles on the Ring of Kerry

Castles on the Ring of Kerry

Castles on the Ring of Kerry   The Ring of Kerry has some beautiful Castles one of our favorites is Ross Castle, it was rebuilt in recent times and now…

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Rock Art on the Ring of Kerry

Rock Art on the Ring of Kerry

Rock Art on the Ring of Kerry   I recently climbed An Cnoc Riabhach (the grey hill) near Ballaghbeama Gap in the Heart of Kerry and and pleasantly came across…

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Skellig Experience

Skellig Experience

Skellig Experience   The Skellig are two small, steep, and rocky islands lying about 13 km west of Bolus Head on the Iveragh Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland The smaller island is Little Skellig.  It is…

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Ballycarbery Castle

Ballycarbery Castle

Ballycarbery Castle Ballycarberry Castle, which was built in the 15th Century by the McCarthy clan.  Along the same road are two ancient stone forts, Cahergal and Leacanabuaille. Ballycarbery Castle is…

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