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Kerry Cliffs are as dreamy as they look in pictures. They provide a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean and the Skellig Islands. The most interesting feature of Kerry Cliffs for me was the additional facilities it offered, including a cafe, overnight amenities, and the opportunity to meet and take photos with alpacas, donkeys, and horses.

The Kerry Cliffs are normally less crowded than other famous cliff locations, making it a perfect destination for you to explore a more serene and personalized experience.

spectacular Kerry cliffs

This 400-million-year-old natural wonder will leave a lasting impression on you with its fascinating ocean views. Read the guide below to know more.

Things To Do In Kerry Cliffs

Enjoy the Puck Fair

The Puck Fair is an annual three-day street festival held in County Kerry, Ireland, from August 10th to 12th. So if you happen to visit Kerry Cliffs during the summer, consider experiencing the unique festival.

The Puck Fair offers a wide range of entertainment, including live traditional music, dancing, night-time concerts, face painting, clowns, and puppet shows. It will be both fun and entertaining and a great opportunity to gain knowledge about Irish culture.

Visit Kerry Cliffs’ Cafe

The Kerry Cliffs have a cute little cafe built in an old train carriage that serves locally made snacks and sandwiches, hot chocolate, tea, coffee, and sweet treats.

This cosy cafe offers you a comfortable sitting area, allowing you to enjoy the breathtaking view of the cliffs.

Enjoy the Spectacular Cliffs and the Surrounding Area

The Kerry Cliffs are an impressive 300 meters above the sea, even taller than the famous Cliffs of Moher, offering you a relaxing and spectacular experience.

Kerry Cliffs Viewpoint

You can also take a scenic drive along the Skellig Ring, visit the nearby Valentia Island, or hike to Bray Head on Valentia Island. I had a nice experience driving and enjoyed the jaw-dropping views. Take it for granted, you’ll love it.


You can find parking easily alongside the cliffs. The car park is located near the cafe and the toilets.

Tickets And Timings

I paid €4 for Kerry Cliff’s admission. For timings, I recommend you to check their website for up-to-date information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Kerry Cliffs Worth Visiting?

They are as wonderful as the Cliffs Of Moher and are a sight for a perfect vacation. You can also see Skellig Michael on clear days, making for a rare photo opportunity. They’re a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and you can reach there by boat from Portmagee.

You can book boat tours from Portmagee to the Kerry Cliffs and Skellig Michael through this website.

The breathtaking views, which stretch for almost thirty kilometres out to sea, attract many people to the Kerry Cliffs from all over the world.

How To Get To Kerry Cliffs?

Just 3 km from Portmagee, you’ll find the way to the cliffs. Rent a car and take all the essentials for an amazing road trip ahead. There are other options as well; you can go by train or bus. There are tours available to visit Kerry Cliffs, such as Roam Wild and

I would recommend you go by car and enjoy the journey at your convenience so that you can stop by wherever you get the most picturesque spot.

Why is Kerry famous?

The Kerry Cliffs are famous for being one of the most spectacular cliffs in Kerry, with over 1,000 feet (305 meters) high; even much taller than the famous Cliffs of Moher.


My visit to Kerry Cliffs is one of the most unforgettable experiences I’ve had in Ireland. The beauty of the cliffs is just scenic and breathtaking. I’m sure your visit to this natural beauty will be memorable.

I hope that this guide to Kerry Cliffs was helpful and made your trip smooth. Let me know in the comment section below for any queries.

To read about the top 15 things to do in Kerry, click here.

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