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Moll's Gap, Killarney
(4.2/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • Stunning scenery, changing climate within 5 minutes from Sun to rain, so you can experience the area in all its nuances, which oblige to go slow, making it possible to enjoy the views even while driving (but is a must stop over and over again to take pictures and fill your eyes). The ideal would be to walk it, next time we will try.
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  • great views out over the hillsides of Killarney National Park, one of Ireland's most stunning jewels. 
  • Right gewessen eat 2 times briefly together again. It was not to expect just fine. Must I look as long as still open end season again.
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  • Awesome place for a stop by. Gets pretty crowded when all the coaches which does the ring stops by. There's a cloths shop which sells at a high rate but the cafe is OK, there's nothing nearby anyway for miles. Has ample parking outside, just on Mols gap, you can walk around outside and gape at the the lovely scenery all around. We touched here twice, on the way from South to Gap of Dunloe and also on the drive on the Ring, both times great pit stops. The best was, the lady at the cash gave a book let "Gems of Kerry" which served us well the next 3 days as a guide, highly recommend it as its a short guide to all you can do here and its free. Great place to pick up a cuppa and stretch your legs too, we found the souvenir expensive, but then, hay, its a tourist spot. If you have a small car, DO NOT take the big road down, take the Gap Of Dunlo Road, experience in a life time!
  • Nice, clean and reasonably price cafe. The various scones were really tasty.
  • Turns out that Avoca make and sell textiles and clothes which as stated in an old Stella Artois advert are reassuringly expensive. That's on the ground floor. The cafe upstairs also not cheap sells affordable food of imaculate quality where you would wish to eat everyday if you could. Tip drive on by and visit on your way back or on another day if a coach pulls in before you!
  • Definitely worth stopping here for a coffee, treat and sitting out to take in the scenery.
  • Excellent, quality, extremely friendly staff. Warning, This is Foodie heaven.