Kerry Cliffs Portmagee

4.8
  • Address: Skellig Ring, Foilnageragh, Co. Kerry, Ireland, Castlegregory
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +353-669480985
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Point Of Interest, Nature

Kerry Cliffs are famous for their scenic beauty and natural environment. These cliffs are thousand feet above sea level, and almost 400 million years old. This is the best point to view the Puffin Island and the Skellig Rocks. Several bird enthusiasts flock here on a regular basis to watch the various species of birds here. The entrance fee is 4 euros, so make sure to keep some cash handy.

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  • Kerry Cliffs Portmagee Address: Skellig Ring, Foilnageragh, Co. Kerry, Ireland, Castlegregory
  • Kerry Cliffs Portmagee Contact Number: +353-669480985
  • Kerry Cliffs Portmagee Timing: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm
  • Kerry Cliffs Portmagee Price: Free
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Kerry Cliffs Portmagee Reviews & Ratings

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  • Five star review because the view is amazing from along the cliffs and worth stopping to see and explore. One star because they charge 4€ a person to walk up the hill 5-10 minutes and take in the beautiful view. There are a couple of informational signs and that’s it. You could spend as little or as much time as you’d like taking in the views and taking pictures. 4€ was stiff entrance fee for really no added value.

  • Best cliffs in Ireland by far! So impressive! Best to visit on a clear day. There are some very steep paths to get to some of the viewing points but it’s well worth it and they are short distances. Would be difficult for people with mobility issues.

  • I guess the place is not as famous as Cliffs of Moher and don't have visitors experience centre and souvenirs stores, but in my opinion you do get more experience from the cliffs itself. Great view, almost or exactly on the edge. Beautifull view in all directions not just over the cliffs. Definitely recommend

  • Extremely cool lookout over the Kerry Cliffs. Reasonable admittance fee. The view over the Skagille islands is pretty nice as well (where Luke Skywalker was in the last movie). It's a good uphill hike though so be prepared to climb. Plenty of rest spots along the path so you can stop if you get winded. And if you are lucky enough to be there when there's a sunset, you might be in for a real treat. Bird lovers will appreciate the species there too, and there are some examples of beehive huts too.

  • If you love clouds, this is your Graceland. Five stars.

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