Fly Guy stops to the Ladies View over Killarney National Park.
If you’re lucky to get sunshine, the summer months are the perfet time to explore the Ring of Kerry as light lasts well into the evening hours. At around 9 pm you could still find locals out enjoying the sunshine and surf on St. Finan’s Bay
One of the many scenic views along the Ring of Kerry.
Staigue stone fort sits on the south side of the Ring of Kerry in the middle of sheep pasture three miles west of Sneem . Mind the cow pies when out exploring. The fort was built somewhere between 300 and 400 AD
Ladies View is a scenic point along the southern portion of the Ring of Kerry, in Killarney National Park. It was here that Queen Victoria was wowed by the view below in 1861
After a long day at sea exploring Skellig Michael head over to Knightstown Coffee Shop on Valentia Island to enjoy a light meal before heading back out to explore the Ring
Ruins of Ballycarbery Castle built in the 16th century. The castle is located just a short drive from Cahersiveen
A view of Portmagee taken from Valentia Island
The beautiful peak of Skellig Michael
I pulled the car over just in time to catch the sun setting over this breathtaking scene at Killarney National Park
A Puffin found on Skellig Michael with Little Skellig Island in the back ground
Sheep out to pasture
Cahersiveen Barracks in Cahersiveen
At the top of Skellig Michael sits a Christian monastery that was founded on the island at some point between the 6th and 8th century. The remains of this monastery, along with most of the island are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A lady takes in the soothing surroundings on a summer’s evening at St. Finan’s Bay
The Small towns of Kerry all have similar rows of colorful buildings and all charming in their own way
Passing streams on a hike through Killarney National Park
A summer sunset over Killarney National Park
One of the many colorful doors of the charming town on Valentia Island
Boats rest waiting to take summer visitors around the lakes of Killarney
An old railway bridge across the River Ferta
A random bike hanging over the city streets of Killarney
In the middle of Killarney National Park is a small mountain pass known as the Gap of Dunloe. If you want to visit the gap you will be told the only way to see it is by paying for a an expensive horse and buggy ride or you have to go by bike or foot. However if you wait until later in the evening like after 8:30 you can manage to drive through the gap but be ready for a very small road.
Looking out the window from Ballycarbery Castle
Driving yourself is the best way to see the Ring of Kerry but be ready for tight little roads like this.
With Jay you have Laura, Kristy and Nina. One good group for an amazing roadtrip
Skellig Island is right there!
I love exploring old castles!
The girls having fun at the fort
Having a jump onto of Skellig
Having a bit of a dance at the Ladies View
In Waterville you can find a statue of Charlie Chaplin. We made good use of it
Fly Guy and his two cousins from Arizona standing in waterfall in Killarney National Park
Fly Guy think that’s a GREAT view!
I really enjoyed sitting here and watching the sun set. How do you like my Irish Tan?