Local Attractions


   

In his song “The boys of Barr Na Sraide” Sigerson Clifford describes Cahersiveen as “The Town that Climbs the Mountain and Looks upon the Sea.” The town lies at the foot of Bentee Mountain on the Fertha River and overlooks Valentia Harbour. It is the main centre for the Western end of the Ring of Kerry and is an ideal location for exploring the rugged coast of the SouthWest of Ireland. Cahersiveen has a superb yachting Marina and and harbor and has a reputation for some of the best deep sea angling in Europe. Tha area is of great importance and interest to antiquarians and historians as it boasts many ancient sites including the ruins of the 15th century Ballycarbery castle and the two dry stone forts (Lacanabuaile and Cahergall) which date back to 800 A.D. In the town itself, the Old Barracks Heritage Court is a unique building of Schloss design which was completed in 1875.

Female Golfer Putting

Golf


For golf lovers, the Kerry Coast Hotel is the prime location to stay due to its close proximity to the finest championship and links courses Ireland has to offer.
Distances from Kerry Coast Hotel to all major Golf courses in Kerry:

 

Valentia lighthouse

Deep Sea Fishing

Valentia Harbour and Dingle Bay


The fishing ground of Valentia Harbour and Dingle Bay of the Atlantic Ocean are only a 10 minute boat trip away from Cahersiveen Marina. The marina is the ideal starting place for a day’s deep sea fishing for the experienced angler or the beginner where we can arrange boat line with an experienced skipper (fishing tackle included) for anyone interested.

Some of Ireland’s top anglers have made the Kerry Coast Hotel their base when they are fishing locally.

 

The Skellig Rocks

The Skellig Rocks


We can arrange a trip for you to the Skellig Rocks which are inscribed on the UNESCO world heritage list. These trips have to be arranged with two days prior notice and are weather permitting.
Kayaking, water sports and Deep Sea Diving
All of these water based activities can be arranged at Cahersiveen Marina.

 

Beentee loup Walk (9 Km)

Beentee loup Walk (9 Km)


This walk is well renowned and it starts and finishes in the town.

 

Birthplace of Daniel O’Connel

Birthplace of Daniel O’Connel


The ruins of the birthplace of the Liberator (voted Ireland’s most famous person of the Last Millenium) can be visited on the outskirts of the town.

 

Blue Flag Beaches

Blue Flag Beaches


There are several Blue Flag beaches within easy distance from Cahersiveen.

  • White Strand (4 Km)
  • Waterville Beach (15 Km)
  • Kells Beach (15 Km)
  • Ballinskelligs Beach (15 Km)
  • Rossbeigh Beach (25 Km)
  • Derrynane Harbour (25 Km)
Valentia Island

Valentia Island


Valentia Island, is one of Ireland’s western most points, lying off the Iveragh Peninsula. It is linked to the mainland by bridge a Portmagee as well as by car-ferry from Renard Point (5 km from Cahersiveen). A must see is the grotto at the famous Valentia Slate Quarry, Gleanleam House and Gardens and Geokaun Mountain.

 

Skellig Ring Drive

Skellig Ring Drive


This drive will take 2 to 3 hours and begins and finishes in Cahersiveen. It is along a predominantly coastal road and offers some of the best panoramic views in Ireland.

 


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