StarWars Tour

StarWars “The Force Awakens” broke box office records and brought the magnificent scenery of Skellig Michael and Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way to the attention of millions of people around the globe. But the StarWars journey in Ireland goes on … The last Jedi takes the fans back to Skellig Michael and several stunning places along the Wild Atlantic Way. Book your StarWars Tour now and enjoy county Kerry, where The Force has awakened.

StarWars Tour highlights

Ring of Kerry, with focus on StarWars Hotspots off the beaten path
Valentia Island – Portmagee – Skellig Ring Coastal Drive

Lunch at the bar where the StarWars crew and cast stayed
Poor your own pint just like Luke Skywalker!

Skellig Experience Centre – learn all about the Skellig Islands

Go mbeidh an fórsa leat! — May the force be with you!

About the StarWars Tour

The StarWars Tour takes you around the famous Ring of Kerry and to stunning StarWars hotspots that lie off the beaten track. Travel along narrow mountain passes and coastal roads, to the remote Valentia Island and the beautiful Skellig Ring. From these places, on a clear day, the views of the Skellig Islands are amazing. Skellig Michael, where part of StarWars was filmed, and Little Skellig lie in isolation more than 11km from the mainland in the Atlantic.

Get inspired in the village of Portmagee, where the cast and crew were stationed during the filming. It is from here that the boats and helicopters left to go filming on the island. This colorful fishing village hasn’t always been the centre of the galaxy, but it will surely be known now by many StarWars fans. Luke Skywalker (Hamill) even had time to pop into the Moorings Bar in Portmagee and spend a few hours with the locals and learning to pull a pint.

After Portmagee the journey continues along the Skellig Ring coastal road, and then back onto the main Ring of Kerry to Waterville, Coomakista and Sneem.

Start location
Killarney, Sneem, Kenmare. You will be collected at your accommodation. Tours from other locations in counties Kerry and Cork can be arranged.

The suggested tour itinerary can be tailored to suit your wishes.

Recommended duration of the tour 7 to 8 hours. All is flexible, the duration will depend on the itinerary and start point of the tour.

The rate for this private tour depends on
– number of people in your party; there are 3 different vehicle sizes available (1-3 ppl, 1-7 ppl, 8-16 ppl)
– start location of the tour (Sneem, Kenmare, Killarney)
Please note that admission fees and food & drinks are not included in the rate.

Lunch and the Pull a Pint Experience need to be prebooked and are payable on the day of the tour.


  • Lunch at the bar where the cast and crew stayed, dined, and were entertained – highly recommended! Must be prebooked. Food and drinks are not included in the tour rate and are payable on the day.
  • Learn to pull a pint of Guinness, just like Luke Skywalker! Fee: €15 per person, including a certificate. And yes, you can drink the pint! Needs to be prebooked.
  • A visit to the Skelligs Experience Centre, where you can learn more about the famous islands. Admission fee applies.

Online reservations are open for private groups of 1-3 people and 1-7 people.
For a customized private tour, or for groups over 8 people, please get in touch by filling out the get a quote form or contact form.

“The Last Jedi” takes the fans back to several stunning locations along the Wild Atlantic Way. Locations in Kerry, Cork, Clare and Donegal were picked to appear in Episode VIII. StarWars makes Ireland look out of this world!

Please note that a landing trip to Skellig Michael cannot be combined with the tour as this takes up too much time, and availability for these boat trips is very limited.

Another StarWars hotspot is the Dingle Peninsula, also available to book as a private day tour.

“Go mbeidh an fórsa leat! — May the force be with you!”

StarWars in Ireland