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“You are able to go inside the forts and even climb up on top of the stone walls which gives you a fantastic view of the other fort and Ballycarbery castle as well as the Ring of Kerry's beautiful landscape.”
“In addition, it is located in a lovely part of Kerry, so after climbing to the top of the ramparts you are greeted with an amazing view: Ballycarbery Castle, Cahirciveen itself, Valentia Island, and the Kerry moun...”
“The sky was blue, a few clouds drifted by.... we saw Valentia Island, Cahersiveen, the castle; the stone fort; The Blasket Islands; Dingle -- beautiful views of sea, mountains, hills..... Built by a family that's...”
“A brilliant experience either on a sunny or rainy (if you want to get wet) day Tip; bring a pair on binoculars and it would really enhance the viewing of the landmarks that you are looking at Also there are picnic...”
“... suggest that you visit the Skellig Michael museum ion Valencia Island before going out to Skellig Michael; it will give you a good historical context that will enhance your visit to this World Heritage Site.”