Gap of Dunloe (Co. Kerry, Ireland) Reviews
Description:The spectacular Gap of Dunloe is located near Killarney in Co.Kerry
Newest Review: ... dramatic in winter, it's certainly gorgeous just before sunset at any time of year...but outwith of these circumstances it's only really enjoyable for motoring sociopaths. The road is SO clogged with pedestrians and pony-and-traps the rest of the time as to render progress nigh-on-impossible for anyone not prepared to run a lot of folk down or create a lot of glue, and with that in mind it's ... more
Customer Gap of Dunloe (Co. Kerry, Ireland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 04/08/10 (Very useful, 282 readings)
(Previously on Ciao) For those seeking solitude, there are few finer places to indulge the search than in Ireland's south west. At the risk of writing the script to 'Far And Away' all over again (not that I was the guilty party the first time, you understand) it's a peerlessly atmospheric land of wind and rain, of ancient history and unique tradition, and possesses an apparently narcotic ambience that can cause men to go on strike in protest against forced nappy-wearing in the equine population. There are countless magnificent places to escape the crowds. Places like the cliff-girt gash of the Anascaul Glen, with its loughs, waterfalls, mad legends ... Read the complete review
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