Take a small ferry from Glengarriff village past seals lounging on rocks to this national heritage site, an 100-year-old island garden in Glengarriff harbour.
An island garden reached by local ferry, well worth a visit. See seals on the way out to the island, walk the beautiful island garden and finish off with a coffee and a snack in the island cafe.
Beautiful gardens a little over an hour from us as you head west along the wild Atlantic way toward Kerry. very popular for young and old, you will love the short ferry ride and the peace and tranquility as you stroll among exotic plants from all over the world. We would recommend you bring a picnic…
Highly recommend a visit here. Take the boat from Glengariff Harbour. Check out Dursey Boat Tours and ask if they are heading out past Bull Rock this is a must see natural phenomenon. Visit For: Horticulture, Scenery, Wildlife. Distance: 1 Hour (64KM) From Clonakilty to Ballaghboy Cable Car…
To get to Garnish Island you need to take a 10 minute boat trip, where if you are very lucky you might get to see seals and other sea life on the way. Bear in mind that you will be charged both for the boat journey to the island and again for entry onto the island. There is a cafe on the island or…
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“Check out Dursey Boat Tours and ask if they are heading out past Bull Rock this is a must see natural phenomenon. ”
“Take a step back in time to one of Ireland's oldest pubs. They have a wide range of drinks to suite everyone. You will often find traditional Irish musicians playing here. There is lots of character to this pub. It is a must go to destination when visiting Bantry.”
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