Portmagee, Co. Kerry

Portmagee (An Caladh in Irish) is a village on the coast of County Kerry on the Iveragh peninsula, south of Valentia Island. The name in Irish means 'the ferry', referring to its purpose as a crossing point to Valentia island. Access to the island is now via a bridge from Portmagee.

The village also serves as a departure point for tourists travelling to visit 'Skellig Michael', an island off the coast featuring a 6th century monastic settlement. 

Gardens

Glanleam House & Subtropical Garden - Valentia Island County Kerry ireland
Glanleam House & Subtropical Garden
Valentia Island, Co. Kerry
Experiencing this garden is like straying into a benign jungle where the most exotic of plants rule in wild profusion. And if ever there was a place to give a sense of other worldliness it is Glanleam. The 40 acre site on an east facing bay on Va ...

Golf

Skellig Bay golf Club - Waterville County Kerry Ireland
Skellig Bay Golf Club
Waterville, Co. Kerry
Course Type: Links
Although a relative newcomer to the Irish golfing scene (opening in Spring 2006), the links at Skellig Bay Golf Club has quickly made a lasting impression already making it into the "Top 50" in Ireland list. The Ron Kirby designed links ...

Self Catering

Derrynane Hotel & Holiday Homes - Caherdaniel County Kerry ireland
Derrynane Hotel & Holiday Homes
Caherdaniel, Co. Kerry
Each of these 8 holiday homes have views of the ocean and mountains. Situated on the grounds of the Derrynane Hotel where residents may avail of the hotels facilities makes this a wonderful location for your self catering holiday. The dining r ...

What's On

Valentia Island Market - Co Kerry - Wednesday & Saturday
Valentia Island Market - Wednesday and Saturday 2-6pm

The Royal, Knightstown, Valentia Island, Co Kerry

Contact: Jim Whelan, 066 947 6144; www.kerryfarmersmarkets.com

Tourist Attractions

The Blascaoid Centre - Ionad an Bhlascaoid Mhóir - Ballyferriter Dingle Peninsula County Kerry Ireland
The Blascaoid Centre - Ionad an Bhlascaoid Mhoir
Dingle, Co. Kerry
The Blascaod Centre celebrates the story of the Blasket Islanders, the unique literary achievements of the island writers and their native language, culture and tradition. An Blascaod Mór was abandoned in 1953 as a result of the de ...

Wedding Venues

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