Ring of Kerry Points of Interest and Places to Visit

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Skellig Experience

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Situated on neighboring Valentia Island, the Skellig Experience Visitor Centre showcases the history and habitats of the Skelligs, two remote and rocky islets off Ireland’s southwest coast. Exhibits ...  Read more

Ballycarbery Castle

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Set atop a grassy pasture overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this crumbling, ivy-covered castle is one of Ireland’s most romantic ruins. The castle, which originally dates back to the 16th century, was ...  Read more

Blasket Islands

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Dingle Peninsula lie a group of abandoned sandstone islands rise out of the Atlantic Ocean. The Blasket Islands (Na Blascaodaí in Irish) have all been occupied at one point or another, but it ...  Read more

Cahergall Fort

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Cahergall Fort is one of two stone forts outside the town of Caherciveen that together are known as the Ring Forts. Cahergall Fort is the larger of the two, built from as early as the eighth ...  Read more

Derrynane Beach

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Derrynane Beach looks out of place when compared to the rest of Ireland—almost like a tropical sliver of the Caribbean that’s drifted across the Atlantic. Here at this long, white sand cove on the ...  Read more

Derrynane House

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Derrynane House is the ancestral home of Daniel O’Connell, a politician and statesman from the 19th century who promoted the Irish cause in British Parliament. The house is now an Irish National ...  Read more

Leacanabuaile Fort

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Leacanabuaile Fort, the smaller and older of two well-preserved stone ring forts located just outside Caherciveen, dates back to the ninth century. The circular fort has walls about 3 feet (1 meter) ...  Read more

Old Slate Quarry

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The Old Slate Quarry is located a short distance from Knightstown on Valentia Island. The quarry was opened in 1816 by the Knights of Kerry and supplied slate to such prestigious places as London’s ...  Read more

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