Packages in Portmagee
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Portmagee Vacation Packages
Portmagee Vacation Packages
Dublin, the nation's capital, sits 200 miles to the northeast of Portmagee.
Make your stay in the region an enlightening one by uncovering some of the historical events at Ballycarbery Castle.
Exhausted all tourist activities in Portmagee? Try Skellig Experience Centre.
If you travel 3 miles from Portmagee, you will find Ballinskelligs. A visit here will allow you to go to Heatherhill Stables and Ballinskelligs Castle. Another choice is to enjoy a day trip to Cahirciveen. It's about 8 miles out of Portmagee and is where you can check out Daniel O'Connell Memorial Church and Daniel O'Connell's Birth Place.
When it's time to explore beyond Portmagee, visit a regional center that's close by. Waterville is approximately 9 miles away and is home to attractions for the whole family, including the Waterville Golf Links, Ballinesker Beach and Waterville Beach. The Skellig Bay Golf Club and Eightercua Stone Row are also definitely worth checking out.
There are plenty of ways to experience the outdoors in and around the region. Mountain biking and mountain climbing are a couple of the activities you can pick from.
Bird watching and camping are only two great options for relaxation in this area.
Local tours are a good way to delve into the places, people and tales that have shaped this region. Don't hesitate, book one of the popular activities on offer, which includes guided nature walks and city walking tours.
If you want a break from the hustle and bustle, why not check out the water activities in the region? Canoeing and sailing are available here.
Get to the heart of this region's food culture by taking your tastebuds on a tour of the local restaurants or cafés.
Vacationers will no doubt come across mutton and pork, two of the popular ingredients in this destination.
Any foodie worth their salt should be sure they sample Irish stew (lamb or mutton with potato, onion and parsley) and drisheen (blood sausage) before surfing the menu for other stand-out local fare.
Sweet seedcake loaf is a lovely way to bring your meal to an end.
Be sure to settle back, chill out and quench your thirst with a sip or two of Murphy’s Irish Stout, a classic brew amongst the locals here.
If you're not much of a drinker, Club Orange (similar to Fanta) is the popular local beverage you'll love.
When you're talking about stunning places, there's no doubt Southwest Ireland is one of the finest. So when the time comes to leave, it won't come as a shock if you make plans to come back!
If you're looking for the nearest airport to Portmagee, it's 40 miles away.