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Ballycarberry Castle

Ballycarberry Castle is located in an area known as “over the water” by the locals in Cahirciveen. Please see our interactive map for specific location and directions. If you prefer the more traditional approach, find the old barracks in Cahirciveen, located down by the waters edge, with the barracks on your right hand side continue […]

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Stone Forts

Stone FortsCahergal and Leacanabuaile – Old Irish Stone Forts or Ring Forts The Stone forts of Cahergal & Leacanabuaile are located in an area know as “over the water” by the locals in Cahirciveen. Find the Old Barracks in Cahirciveen, located down by the waters edge, with the barracks on your right hand side continue […]

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White Strand Beach

White Strand Beach White Strand beach is a lovely stretch of unspoiled beach, another spot not to be missed on your visit to the Ring of Kerry. As you might imagine the sands are white and this beach regularly receives the Blue Flag award but check Blue Flag Beaches for latest awards. White Strand is […]

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Ballinskelligs Beach

Ballinskelligs Beach Ballinskelligs Beach is situated just 16km from Cahersiveen town. It is one of South Kerrys most popular beaches and is a destination for all tourists both on and off season. There is lots to do here during the Summer months, when the sun shines you can enjoy watersports from Kayaking to Snorkeling and […]

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Cuas Crom Beach

Cuas Crom Beach Excerpt from The Sunday Independent. For those of you the kind of endless white sand beach that Donegal (or indeed Tahiti) does so well this will have little appeal. But for those for whom actual swimming beats beach; who likes a scheduled cove rather than the frightening expanse of wide open water, […]

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Cahersiveen Festival

Cahersiveen Festival of Music & the Arts – A Family Festival Every August Bank holiday weekend Cahersiveen town is packed full of tourists from all corners of the world. They come here to enjoy the music and festivities of the Cahersiveen Festival of Music & the Arts. The festival was started in 1995 by a […]

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The Old Barracks

The Old Barracks serves as a Heritage Centre for the Iveragh Peninsula.  It is home to various exhibitions that relate to the local area, including The Great Southern and Western Railway, The Life and Times of Daniel O’Connell, The Fenin Rising of 1867, The 1916 Rising and Monsignor Hugh O’ Flaherty (The Scarlet Pimpernel). Toilets […]

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Skellig Bay Golf

The Skellig Bay Golf Club, offers more of a parkland challenge than Waterville Golf Links, but with equally spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. Nestling in the shadows of the towering McGillicuddy Reeks, the golfer has to negotiate the river Fionnglass for the opening and closing holes but it is the stretch from six to […]

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Waterville Golf Links

Waterville Golf Links ranks as one of the finest links golf courses in the world, never mind Ireland. Located on the Ring of Kerry, the surrounding scenery and quality of golf holes is breathtaking to say the least. In 1900 Waterville became one of the first clubs to be affiliated to the Golfing Union of […]

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Horse Riding

Horse Riding in Caherciveen If you have dreamed of trekking your horse along an empty beach at sunset then Cahersiveen is the perfect place to start that dream. There are many local Equestrian centres that provide trekking on the sandy beaches or through the lush green countryside. They can offer you 1, 2 and 3 […]

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