Valentia Island is accessible by road bridge from Portmagee and by car ferry from Reenard Point, Cahersiveen. The ferry crossing takes 5 minutes and operates a continuous shuttle service, with a five minute crossing, 7 days a week from April to October.

Knightstown is the main hub of activity on the Island, situated in a prime location on the Wild Atlantic Way and just 3 kilometres off the Ring of Kerry.  
There are plenty opportunities to sit back and relax, and enjoy a drink, lunch or dinner in many of its unique coffee shops, bars and restaurants.

Places to eat
The Royal Valentia, Knightstown

Bostons Bar & Restaurant, Knightstown
Knightstown Coffee Shop
The Coffee Dock, 
Skellig Experience Centre Coffee Shop, Bridge Road, Valentia
Valentia Icecream Parlour, Killbeg, Valentia
Pod Gift Gallery & Creperie, Knightstown

Things to do
Cycling Beautiful scenic cycle routes
Diving Valentia Harbour and Knightstown Pier 
Fishing Deep sea and angling
Sea Sports Valentia Island Sea Sports 
contact Sandra (066)9476204         email: seasportsvalentia@gmail.com
Swimming Knightstown Pier and Glanleam beach
Walking Beautiful scenic walk routes

Places to visit
Bray Head - Wild Atlantic Way Signature Discovery Point
Geokaun View - Wild Atlantic Way Discovery Point

Skelligs Rock - Boat trips arranged  booking essential 
Grotto & Slate Quarry

Skellig Experience - Open March to mid November
Valentia Heritage Centre - Open 30th April to 30th September
Glanleam House & Subtrpoical Gardens - Open April to October
Valentia Lighthouse at Cromwell Point - Open May to September
Tetrapod Trackway - Open all year
St Brendan's Well
Cracow Park & Playground
Altazamuth Stone
Knightstown Town Clock

Glanleam beach
RNLI Lifeboat Station
Valentia Transatlantic cable station

Candle Making Workshop
St. Brendans Well