The trip to Molls Gap is well worth it. The views are amazing and the route to the 'Gap' is breathtaking.
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It is a spectacular, scenic drive through Moll's Gap from Kenmare to Killarney and a great way to arrive in that town. However, you need to be wary as it is traversed by tourist buses which in places looks highly dangerous on the narrow, twisting...More
We were 5 Adults travelling on the ring of Kerry route. Molls gap is located on the N71 road from Kenmare to Killarney. It's known as Molls gap, because Moll used to run a sheebeen (unlicensed public house, selling poitin, which is a strong liquor...More
We drove the ring of kerry 2 years, and decided to do it again. We are so glad we did, as we got to experience Molls Gap and other sights without any time pressure. We came at it from the gap of dunloe, unintentionally as...More
Wow.... this is truly a spectacular part of the Country. Well worth the trouble taken to get there. It is to be enjoyed at a leisurely pace to allow all of the sights and the atmosphere to be absorbed.
Not only is this a beauty spot but a good stop off point for rest rooms, cafe and gift shop. Also Mary might be around to show you how the loom works. When it rains, don't miss the rainbow.
There's a pull-off right as you drive through the pass, and it's well worth a stop. The sights are absolutely fantastic, with wild fens stretching out between craggy mountains. If you're driving south from Killarney towards Kenmare, one option you have is to take R568...More
I came to Ireland to follow the Wild Atlantic Way and whilst there isn't a coastal road per se the drives are so rewarding as was Moll's Gap.
Travelling by car makes sure you see a lot. Around every corner there is something to discover like Moll's Gap. Great, just great!