Search
Hotel Deals
date_range
date_range

Map &
Directions
mode_edit
Write a Tip
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
Private Tour: Ring of Kerry from Killarney
"The ""Ring of Kerry"" is a spectacular scenic route in south west Ireland. A private tour is the best way to enjoy all the sights and scenery the route has to offer. You can fully be in charge of the itinerary. Compared with coach tours we can make more stops (of your choice) and travel to places where buses have no access.The Ring of Kerry is a world-famous route following the N70 N71 and R562 roads in a circular direction around the Iveragh peninsula. The route starts in the town Killarney and passes through the towns and villages of (in order): Killorglin Cahersiveen Waterville Sneem Kenmare
From EUR56.00
 
Ring of Kerry Private Tour from Kenmare
"The ""Ring of Kerry"" is a spectacular scenic route in south west Ireland. A private tour with us is the best way to enjoy all the sights and scenery the route has to offer. You can fully be in charge of the itinerary. Compared with coach tours we can make more stops (of your choice) and travel to places where buses have no access.The Ring of Kerry is a world-famous route following the N70 N71 and R562 roads in a circular direction around the Iveragh peninsula. The route starts in the town Killarney and passes through the towns and villages of (in order): Killorglin Cahersiveen Waterville Sneem Kenmare
From EUR56.00
 
Ring of Kerry Private Tour from Cahersiveen
"The ""Ring of Kerry"" is a spectacular scenic route in south west Ireland. A private tour with us is the best way to enjoy all the sights and scenery the route has to offer. You can fully be in charge of the itinerary. Compared with coach tours we can make more stops (of your choice) and travel to places where buses have no access.The Ring of Kerry is a world-famous route following the N70 N71 and R562 roads in a circular direction around the Iveragh peninsula. The route starts in the town Killarney and passes through the towns and villages of (in order): Killorglin Cahersiveen Waterville Sneem Kenmare
From EUR56.00

More Things to Do in Glendalough Lakes

Tips

Reefert Church

Reefert Church is located in a small wooded area near the western bank of the Upper Lake. The nave and chancel of the church dates from around the year 1100 but most of the surrounding walls and...
View More
Tips

St. Mary's Church

St. Mary’s Church, also known as Our Lady’s Church, is one of the earliest buildings at Glendalough. The remains of the church has some examples of Romanesque moulding and carving while the massive...
View More
Tips

St. Kevin's Cell

St. Kevin’s Cell sits on a rocky outcrop on a ledge above the upper lake near Poulanass Waterfall. Only small traces of the stone ‘bee-hive’ hut remain at the site but there was once a fine early...
View More
Tips

St. Kieran's Church

Just before St. Kevin’s Church are the remains of St. Kieran’s Church. These remains were only discovered in 1875. The church is probably dedicated to St. Kieran who is more famed for founding the...
View More
Tips

St. Kevin's Church

St. Kevin’s Church (also known strangely as St. Kevin’s Kitchen) is one of Glendalough’s most impressive buildings. It is quite an unusual church when compared to other early Christian Ireland...
View More
Tips

Priest's House

Another interesting and well restored and preserved building at the Glendalough monastic site is the Priest’s House. The original purpose of this building is not known for sure but it may have housed...
View More
 
 
Sponsored Listings
Tips

St. Kevin's Cross

One of Ireland’s most unusual and largest high crosses can be seen at Glendalough. The huge cross is carved from one single piece of granite. The cross is unusual in that it is not pierced through the...
View More
Tips

The Cathedral

The Cathedral is the largest building in the monastic city of Glendalough. The Cathedral was built in several stages with the earliest part being the existing nave and antae. The chancel and sacristy...
View More
Tips

the Gateway

The gateway into the monastic city of Glendalough is the only surviving example of its kind in Ireland. You can easily imagine the full scale of the gateway into the compound not only from the...
View More
Tips

The Round Tower

The most famous landmark of Glendalough is surely its tall and impressive round tower. The 30 metre high tower is said to have been built between the 10th and 12th centuries and is built of slate and...
View More
Tips

the hiking trails

photos from our stay in GL......The Afternoon RambleGlendalough is all about the giant mountains surrounding two beautiful lakes down in the valley and the nine hiking trails laid out by the park...
View More
Tips

St Kevin's monastic village ruins

photos from our trip/////Probably the highlight of this trip was the time spent in Glendalough, “the valley of two lakes,” set in the national park part of the Wicklow Mountains. It is also known as...
View More
Tips

St Kevin’s Kitchen (monastic site)

Actually this is 11th century church not a kitchen. It looks like it has been rebuilt later as I can’t believe the church is survived so intact from the beginning. It has a small round tower which...
View More
Tips

Round tower (monastic site)

The 33m tall round tower is built in 10th century, but the upper stories and the roof have been reconstructed in 19th century. And actually you can guees the fact or restoration because almost all the...
View More

Hotels Near Glendalough Lakes

Hotels
15 East End, Cahersiveen, Ireland
Show Prices
Hotels
Gleesk, Ring of Kerry, Cahersiveen, Ireland
Show Prices
Hotels
Valentia Road, Cahersiveen, ie
Show Prices
Hotels
Reenard Road, Cahersiveen, Ireland
Show Prices
Hotels
Annascaul Road, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland
Show Prices
Hotels
Main Street, Dingle, Dingle Peninsula, Ireland
Show Prices

Top 5 Glendalough Lakes Writers

balhannah's Profile Photo

balhannah

"HISTORIC GLENDALOUGH"
View Member
davidjo's Profile Photo

davidjo

"LOVELY AREA TO VISIT"
View Member
pure1942's Profile Photo

pure1942

"Glendalough - Co. Wicklow"
View Member
Groentje's Profile Photo

Groentje

"Glendalough - Ancient Ireland!"
View Member
orlikins's Profile Photo

orlikins

"Orlikins goes to Glendalough"
View Member