Accommodation in Portmagee

Brightly painted houses line the streets of the small fishing village of Portmagee, once a haven for smugglers and pirates. The village is named after one of the most notorious smugglers of the 18th century, Captain Theobald Magee. The village is now South West Kerry’s main fishing centre and is renowned for its traditional pubs and its unusual ‘Old Year’ festivities on New Year’s Eve each year. Close to town is the safe and secluded Reencaheragh Strand and nearby, Illaunloughan, a small island which was inhabited by monks in the early Christian times. Portmagee is the main departure point for boat trips to the Skelligs.

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