Kerry Cliffs are widely accepted as the most spectacular cliffs in Kerry The cliffs stand over 1000ft above the wild Atlantic and were formed in a desert environment 400 million years ago. Out to the west stand the amazing Skellig Rocks one of only three UNESCO world heritage sites in Ireland. Of course the Kerry Cliffs are the closest viewing point to the great rocks and also the famous Puffin Island. Allied with these facts as you stand at the summit of this mystical place and breath in the freshest of air, deep in to your lungs from the wild Atlantic and observe this natural wonder.
Admission to the Kerry Cliffs costs €4. They are open between 09:00 and 19:00 Monday to Sunday during the winter and until 21:00 during the summer months.
If you want to fly the drone I would recommend you to not fly at the official parking lot but search for the closest spot in the South of the cliffs near Reencaheragh beach.
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