‘Kerry’s Most Spectacular Cliffs’, Ireland

October 6, afternoon. 

This afternoon we continued around the Ring of Kerry stopping at ‘Kerry’s Most Spectacular Cliffs’ before we headed into Sneem. 

After our detour around the Ring of Skellig it was back to Portmagee where a boarded-up building made vibrant with painted flowers and false windows caught my eye. 
A boarded-up building in Port Magee, Ireland is made vibrant with painted flowers and false windowsThe docks with boats at Port Magee in IrelandBoats at Port Magee in IrelandJust outside of Port Magee we saw the signposted ‘Kerry’s Most Spectacular Cliffs’ that turned out to be another roadside attraction, Irish style. Sign explaining the 'Beehive' hutsThese are reproductions of the old stone buildings called ‘Beehive Huts’. They are waterproof stone huts used for habitation during the Middle Ages for pilgrims and monks visiting Skellig Michael, a monastery on an island off the wild west coast of Ireland. I think there is a ferry there from Portmagee but we missed it on this trip. Old stone farm buildings at to 'Kerry's Most Spectacular Cliffs' in IrelandSign leading to 'Kerry's Most Spectacular Cliffs' in Ireland
'Kerry's Most Spectacular Cliffs' in IrelandThe cliffs themselves resembled Valentia Island which we had visited earlier in the day for no charge although we had to admit that the turquoise ocean crashing against the rocks was spectacular. 'Kerry's Most Spectacular Cliffs' in Ireland'Kerry's Most Spectacular Cliffs' in Ireland'Kerry's Most Spectacular Cliffs'Stormy waters at 'Kerry's Most Spectacular Cliffs' in IrelandIreland Route on Oct6: Dingle Town to SneamArtsy shot for this post: Most Spectacular Cliffs in Kerry, Ireland run through Snapseed.Most Spectacular Cliffs in Kerry, Ireland run through SnapseedMore on our 2015 trip to Ireland.

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