Ladies View

Ladies View

Ladies View – is a lookout point and an obligatory stop on the Ring of Kerry route. Located in the heart of Killarney National Park, about 19 kilometers south of Killarney on the N71 road to Kenmare. Probably the most famous sight on this famous route, and the...
Kilbritan Whale

Kilbritan Whale

Kilbritan Whale – an amazing opportunity to look at the real skeleton of a whale. This whale measures 19.81 meters and its jaw has a length of nearly 5.5 meters. The story of this mighty whale begins on January 15th, 2009, when he was strayed and confused at the...
Eagle Point Camping

Eagle Point Camping

Eagle Point Camping – is a four-star camping site located in County Cork in the south-west of Ireland, about 7 kilometers north of Bantry just off the N71 road. The field itself occupies the entire peninsula and it has about 20 acres which offers a beautiful...
Dursey Island

Dursey Island

The Dursey Island – located at the tip of the Beara Peninsula is one of the few inhabited islands on the southwestern coast of Ireland. This island is connected to the mainland by Ireland’s only cable car suspended over a narrow section of water called...
Conor Pass

Conor Pass

Conor Pass – is a stunning and breathtaking mountain pass, which is the highest pass in Ireland at an altitude of 410 m,located in the mountains of the Dingle and Kilomre Cross peninsulas, on the ‘Wild Atlantic Way’ route, it is located on the route...
Crag Cave

Crag Cave

Crag Cave – this cave is made of limestone and is located 2 kilometers north of Castleisland in County Kerry, in the Glannarudders mountains, and is over one million years old. The cave was once filled with water, which caused its erosion and sculpted tunnels...