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All reviews small boat boat trip sika deer monastery ruins ross castle lough leane this lovely island peaceful place picnic lunch few hours killarney national park beautiful scenery take pictures the gap boats century leper
I drove around the Lough Leane to Ross castle and a pier on the lake where I met Fergus who had a boat that could take me to the island in the middle with ruins of a famous monastery there. Fergus and I discussed a...More
Took a small boat across from Ross Castle to Innisfallen. It was a beautiful day to be on the water, scenery was outstanding. The captain of our little ship was fun and informative. So much beauty, so much history.
After walking to Ross Castle we were able to take a short boat trip to Innisfallen Island. The island has many beautiful trails to explore. Remember to bring your camera to take pictures of the summer flowers and ruins. Don't forget to pack a picnic...More
As part of the Killarney National Park, you can catch the one mile boat ride (for a fee) from Ross Castle over to the island, passing Ireland's tallest mountains, shrouded in various shades of green. This island encompasses 21 acres, where sits the 7th century...More
Worth taking time out to stop and take in the breathtaking views even on a miserable wet day. Take care as foot paths can be dangerous and mind your belongings left in the car. Heed the warning signs but dont let this detract from your...More
We got to Innisallen Island by kayak as part of a WildNHappy group tour. It is also possible to go by small boat or cruiser to the island. The lake was so calm getting to he island and you get a panoramic view of the...More
We got one of the small boats from Ross Castle and enjoyed the brief ride to the island. The ruins are not as impressive as those we have seen elsewhere in island so we spent our time wandering the path that encircles the island. The...More
Innisfallen Island is home to the ruins of Innisfallen Abbey. The monastery was founded in the 6th/7th Century by St. Finian the Leper. We hopped on the small, open boat from Ross Castle and took the short ride across the lake to it, getting views...More
This was a brilliant boat trip out to Innisfallen and it was only €10 each. The wild deer on the island were fantastic to see. The views at the back of the island were like something from a postcard. This is really worth the visit.