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Skelligs Rock

Portmagee IE, Ireland
066-947-7108
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Portmagee IE, Ireland
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1 - 10 of 64 reviews

Reviewed 3 days ago

no WC at all. So was so unconfortable. the views were totally amazing. One of the Best places in the world

Thank Xavi F
Reviewed 1 week ago

We didn't actually do the tour with them, but it was thanks to Seanie that we got to visit Skellig Michael at all. We were on standby for the landing cruise but there were no openings--but Seanie asked around the other boat operators and found...More

Thank tstamm26
Reviewed 1 week ago

After a few disappointed efforts to get to Skellig Michael, we got there last week. It is an amazing trip - the boat trip is about 1.5hrs and our boatman brought us around Skellig Beag as well, to see the gannets and seals. Skellig Michael...More

1  Thank Mayfane
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

After 5 failed attempts.. our 6th attempt on 12th of July 2017 was a success... and boy was it worth the wait!!! We booked with The Moorings in Portmagee, after attempt 5 was slowing looking unlikely, I decided to contact them, thankfully, they had 2...More

1  Thank Susie B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Seanie really went out of his way to make sure we got on a boat -- our initial boat fell through, but we were able to do a stand-by and still got out there. Skellig Michael is amazing!!!

Thank Amye T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The access and climb not the easiest but the. Best things are not easy. Do this trip it was informative without insulting, natural and uplifting. So inspiring We were lucky with the weather so be prepared for wet and windy but someone clearly cares enough...More

Thank tjr199
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Seanie Murphy (and his offsider Mikey) are great tour operators. They give that little bit extra. Tons of experience. The shame was that the fog didn't lift enough for to get the full view. However, what we did see was incredibly impressive. We took some...More

Thank Raynboz
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Bring wet gear you WILL get wet on the crossing due to spray from the sea. Most boats can lend you some if you don't have your own. Amazing views and a privilege to get to see it. As well as the buildings the wildlife...More

1  Thank Brenda D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I visited Skellig Michael based on others reviews and wanting to see the sight where the Force Awakens was filmed. We had a beautiful sunny day with no clouds in the sky. The vibrancy of the lush green hills and ancient rock steps was a...More

1  Thank homemom777
Reviewed 19 June 2017

what an amazing experience - its just a very special place. Once in a lifetime experience - everything from the boat ride out, to the climb to the beehive huts that are centuries old

Thank Rosarie M
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JennLax22
22 March 2016|
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Response from Amanito G | Reviewed this property |
Hi JennLax22, John O'Shea from Caherdaniel has a washroom on his boat. He goes from Caherdaniel and Portmagee.
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