Romantic Things to Do in Portmagee

Top Couples' Activities & Romantic Things to Do in Portmagee, Province of Munster

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  • Igor K
    Kfar Saba, Israel100 contributions
    Marvellous views. Thre are 2 view point, light climb to both. Both poits are recommended, the views are different.
    Written 23 April 2022
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  • asdflkjhg
    Malta2 contributions
    One of the most amazing experiences in Ireland. No one should miss it. Truly one of Ireland’s jewels. Once af the cliffs don’t forget to look back. One can see as far as Carrantouhill. Amazing views of Kerry mountains and lakes.
    Written 2 April 2022
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  • Macks
    Ballybunnion, Ireland56 contributions
    Visited in August 21. Incredible experience and cant wait to go back. We took our two kids age 12 and 14 and it was perfect. I probably wouldn't take younger kids. Left Portmagee onboard Celtic Victor with Skellig Coast Adventures and couldn't recommend more. Crew Donal and Ger were great. We will definitely go back.
    Written 14 September 2021
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  • LH
    1 contribution
    Wonderful tour of the majestic coastline. Great views of the Kerry cliffs from the water. But mostly Jay went out of his way (literally) to make the outing a highlight of the trip.
    Written 23 May 2022
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  • Daniel A
    1 contribution
    Really very nice. Nice guys. Good price. It was a very good service. So friendly guys. Well, why do you need so much text?!
    Written 23 May 2022
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  • Denis C
    1 contribution
    Had a wonderful trip recently to Skellig Michael with our tour guide Che. Who gave us a great and tour and information on all aspects of the tour. The day was beautiful and the water was beautiful would highly recommend the trip
    Thank you Che
    Written 9 September 2021
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  • Shortypom
    Ireland11 contributions
    We took the Skellig Walker out to the Skelligs and had an absolutely amazing time. The boat was spotless, spacious, indoor and outdoor seating as well as a toilet, as none are available once you get out to Skellig Michael. Kav along with the other crewmember (cannot recall his name unfortunately), were most professional and courteous, great sense of humour, and offered much historical and practical information on the islands.



    We would highly recommend this fine boat and crew to anybody planning to go out to the Skelligs.



    Thank you so much.
    Written 10 August 2021
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  • mdownes
    Limerick, Ireland10 contributions
    We had a great time. Nealie and Cornealia were so nice, really informative and friendly with a bit of craic thrown in for good measure. They looked after everyone really well. I would highly recommend them.
    Written 7 September 2021
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  • Elaine
    3 contributions
    We were blessed with the weather on what started as a dreary Saturday. The sun came out and the sea was like a mill pond. We had driven from Carlow especially to do this as on 2 previous attempts to even see the Skelligs from land it was too foggy. Our skipper was highly entertaining and knowledgeable about the area & the islands. We got up close and personal with both Skellig Beag & Skellig Michael. I could not recommend this trip enough... €40 for (over) 3 hours was worth ever penny. Next time we will attempt climbing it. There is nothing I could fault. The Skellig Flyer was a new boat and may need seat belts 1000hp apparently 😂.
    Written 15 September 2021
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