Visit Kissane Sheep Farm

Kissane Sheep Farm is located on the N71 Road between Kenmare and Killarney.

Travelling From: Kenmare

We are 7 miles (11 Km) From Kenmare on the N71 Road to Killarney. The Farm Entrance is 1.5 miles (2 Km) on the Killarney Side of Moll’s Gap on your Left Hand Side (You will see the sign). Since we are a large farm you will be driving through the farm for some time on the N71 before you see the Entrance to the Farm Yard. Avoca Shop / Cafe at: Molls Gap is in the Centre of the Farm. You will see the Sheep with the Red Marking, as you drive along the N71. Those Sheep are from Kissane Sheep Farm.


Travelling From: Killarney

Take the N71 Road in the Direction of Kenmare and we are 12 miles (19 Km) from Killarney. Drive through the beautiful, Killarney National Park and you will pass Ladies View on your Left. We are 1.5 miles (2 Km) after Ladies View on your Right Hand Side. (You will see the Sign). Note: Using GPS is not very accurate and it has led people a stray on their way to the Farm and sometimes taken people around the long distance. The important thing to note is that you are on the N71 Road. Also please note, that if you are travelling from Cork, it is better to travel to the town of Kenmare first and then pick up the N71 to Killarney via Moll’s Gap. (This is the most direct route to the farm). Recently in Ireland we have new Eircode System Introduced (Like Postal Codes in other countries). However the GPS may not yet be fully updated to use this new System.


Travelling From: Sneem

Take the R568 Road to Moll’s Gap and then go left on the N71 to Killarney and we are 1.5 miles (2 Km) on your Left Hand Side. We are 15 Miles (25 Km) From Sneem. Our Eircodes to the Farm are: V93 D621 Or Use: V93 FA03 If you have any difficulty in finding us, please feel free to call us + 353 872 600410. Please print this page and bring it with you to find your way to the Farm.

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About Us

Situated between Kenmare and Killarney National Park in Co. Kerry in the Republic of Ireland is Kissane Sheep Farm. The famous panorama of Moll's Gap is in the middle of the land, overlooking the farm and its sheep and lambs. When you come to Ireland, please take some time from your busy itinerary to visit us. We would be happy to show you around the farm.

Every year thousands of tourists come over to see the beautiful countryside and make photographs of the ewes and little lambs wandering around, enjoying their freedom. The goal of Adopt a Sheep is to preserve the Irish heritage of mountain sheep, living in the mountains in the scenic area of Moll’s Gap on the Ring of Kerry (Ireland).