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Kerry Cliffs. Kerry Cliffs are widely accepted as the most spectacular cliffs in Kerry. The cliffs stand over 1000ft above the wild Atlantic and were formed in a desert environment 400 million years ago. Out to the west stand the amazing Skellig...more
There are signs all around the north western part of the Ring of Kerry for “The most spectacular cliffs of Kerry”. The signs look like Irish Tourism signs, so I had assumed it would be a free lookout, but as you approach, you discover it...More
At first I thought it was a bit pricey to charge 4 euro per person just to walk out the the cliffs, but they were more extensive than I thought and had some fantastic views. We spent around 40 minutes here. There is also plenty...More
These cliff which are hardly mentioned when discussing places to see are absolutely fantastic . I will say to anyone visiting in Portmagee or surrounding area to put it you list of ‘must see’.. wonderful..
This was my favorite place that I saw in Ireland during my two and a half week trip. We were lucky enough to go on an absolutely beautiful day. I felt that it was prettier and safer than the Cliffs of Moher, and had a...More
We loved the walk, views and accessibility especially with smaller children and grandparents traveling with us. The cliffs are well protected and at the entrance we had not problems finding a parking. The animals on the way up plus the beehive hut display was a...More
The last time I visited Ireland, there was a hurricane, so seeing the cliffs was out of the question. This year, while I was staying in England with family, I knew I had a single chance to hop on a plane and make a day...More
This was something that was a must do on our drive around the ring. We had seen the signs as we got closer and knew that we needed to pull off. You cannot miss it as there is a big sign as well as a...More
Response from Curious_Chemist | Reviewed this property |
You are going to want to visit Kilkee if you are limited on walking. There are two really good viewing spots and one of them is in the parking lot itself and the other likely off limits to you due to a hike on uneven ground... More
You are going to want to visit Kilkee if you are limited on walking. There are two really good viewing spots and one of them is in the parking lot itself and the other likely off limits to you due to a hike on uneven ground. My wife and I were rather happy for the parking lot view as it was pouring while we were there, but we could easily see the view in the car.
At the Kerry cliffs, the viewing spots require rather steep walks that were hard on my wife's ankle.