Skelligs Day Trips
Falveys Cabs of Glenbeigh are now offering Day Trips to the magnificent Skellig Islands, 8 miles (12 km) off the coast of Portmagee in South West Kerry.
Rising majestically from the sea, Skellig Michael towers 714ft (218 metres) above sea level and at its summit you will find a remarkably well preserved 6th century monastic settlement.
On Small Skelligs, the smaller of the 2 islands you will find up to 23,000 pairs of gannet nesting there (the second largest gannet colony in the world!).
This tour to this major tourist attraction in Kerry is well worth a visit (and may well be the highlight of your holiday!). Book now or for more information contact Falveys Cabs on 00 353 (0)87 907 7648, email email@example.com or visit their website www.falveyscabs.ie.
Set amongst mountains, lakes and rivers, a more idyllic setting for touring, fishing, shooting and mountaineering would be difficult to conceive.
Excellent sport can be found on the Caragh, Behy and Laune Rivers, Caragh Lake & Coomsaharn Lake. All permits can be arranged for you at our reception.
For all you golf enthusiasts out there, there are a some excellent Golf Courses in Kerry, including a number of Championship courses. Courses at Dooks, Killorglin, Waterville & Killarney are all close by.
We can organise a guide locally for you to take you to the best areas to shoot and offer advice on any queries you may have. Wild Duck, Grouse, Plover, Teal, Widgeon, Woodcock, Snipe & Mallard are all local to Glenbeigh.