Point of Interest
Skelligs Chocolate and Cafe
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If you are doing the Skellig ring, make sure to include a stop off the Skelligs chocolates, they do a tasting for free and have a great little coffee shop overlooking St Finian's bay.
The skellig chocolate factory is a must visit especially if you have children ,you get free samples of their delicious chocolate and their hot chocolate in the cafe is a real treat.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory brought to life in this amazingly located, gorgeous little chocolate factory. You can see the chocolates being made, and order a hot chocolate and leave with bags of amazing chocolates.
As part of a trip around the Ring of Kerry this is a perfect stop (during the summer), and as we are only an hour from Tralee or Killarney you can easily fit us in as something to do in south Kerry. On a day trip you will see fabulous views at ‘Mountain Stage’ just outside Glenbeigh, Valentia Island…
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“Amazing views, gorgeous gardens, beautiful beach. Dive from the pier, go fishing, sit and dream...... endless possibilities... ”
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“This is a beautiful day out with amazing scenery and breathtaking views. also tea and coffee after with lovely fresh baking.”
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Point of Interest
“The Stone forts of Cahergal & Leacanabuaile are located in an area know as "over the water" by the locals in Cahirciveen. Find the Old Barracks in Cahirciveen, located down by the waters edge, with the barracks on your right hand side continue over the bridge immediately ahead, at the next crossroads take a left and follow the signposts for the forts, they are located approximately two miles on the left (head in the direction of Ballycarbery castle). Also well worth visiting in this area is Ballycarbery Castle. Cahergal Stone Fort A few hundred meters on from Ballycarbery Castle is the stone fort of Cahergal, built around 600AD. It is well worth a visit. The current structure has undergone some reconstruction and while the purist may say it is too “clean and pure” it is an impressive site. With walls approx 6 m high and some 3 m thick this dry stone wall fort is one of the best examples of an early medieval stone forts to be found on the ring of Kerry. Leacanabuaile Stone Fort The stone fort of Leacanabuaile Stone Fort on the hillside. It is a fine, partly-reconstructed stone fort on a massive rock foundation, it's stone walls enclosing an almost circular area 70 feet in diameter. Protected on three sides by steep grassy slopes, the entrance is on the eastern side. The walls, mostly 10 feet thick and with irregular steps leading up on the inside, contain the remnants of a square dwelling house built on top of earlier circular ones; another clochan on the western side has a cavity leading to a long souterrain. Excavation produced Iron and Bronze Age objects, suggesting the existence of an early Christian farming community.”
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“This is the best fish restaurant around and our favourite restaurant. Do book ahead via the open table app as it's extremely popular. Be ready to sit looking across at the lovely Valentia where the fish is caught just outside. ”
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