Cahersiveen

  1. River Inny (Game)

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    The River Inny rises approximately 18 Km north-west of the Inny Bridge on the main road between Waterville and Cahersiveen, County Kerry. Read more

  2. Ocean Quests Ltd.

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    Ocean Quests offer marine activities involving Skellig boat trips to the monastic settlement on the Skellig. Read more

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  3. The Old Schoolhouse

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    The Old Schoolhouse sits luxuriating in the breathtaking views of Valentia Island and surrounding areas. Read more

  4. Valentia Island Ferries

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    This car and passenger ferry services Valentia Island, reducing the road trip to Cahersiveen by 48km. Read more

  5. Casey Cycles

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    Casey Cycles and Gas Supplies is located in Cahirciveen, County Kerry. They are a Premier Raleigh Rent a Bike agent. Bikes can be rented to explore the varied scenic landscape in the surrounding area. Read more

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  6. Cahersiveen Marina

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    Set off the tranquil Valentia Harbour, on the picturesque Ring of Kerry, this exclusive marina has full serviced berths of 6m, 8m, 10m and 12m and can accommodate larger vessels as requested. Read more

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  7. White Strand Blue Flag Beach 2014

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    White Strand is a beautiful, sandy beach located in Cahersiveen, County Kerry. There are stunning views of Valentia Island and Begnis Island, with marked walks nearby. Read more

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  8. Asana School Of English

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    Language holidays for teenagers (ages 11 to 18) in a small town on the west coast of Ireland. Read more

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  9. The Point Bar

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    Unique seafood bar on the waterfront overlooking Valentia Harbour. Read more

  10. Leacanabuaile Fort

    Cahersiveen, Kerry

    The interior of Leacanabuaile Fort, in Cahersiveen County Kerry, is one of the best examples of its kind in Ireland. This is a round stone fort, with walls of about 3ft thick and has been reconstructed to a height of about 1.5m. Read more

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