Cahersiveen in County Kerry

Cahersiveen, the town we are based in, has historical significance and is surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes, including mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. Cahersiveen lies within the captivating County Kerry, a region brimming with endless delights awaiting exploration. Discover the finest attractions this area has to offer.

Full of Nature

County Kerry is renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty, boasting magnificent landscapes adorned with majestic mountains, rugged coastlines, and charming, picturesque towns.

Kerry Cliffs

The Kerry Cliffs offer a mesmerizing vista of the Atlantic Ocean, towering cliffs, and the rugged coastline of County Kerry. Visitors can marvel at the dramatic sea views from a cliffside vantage point, with the crashing waves below adding to the breathtaking scenery

Ballycarbery Castle

A captivating medieval ruin. With its majestic stone walls and commanding presence, this castle stands as a testament to Ireland's rich history and architectural heritage. Visitors can explore the atmospheric remains, imagining the castle's storied past

Skellig Islands

The Skellig Islands, comprised of Skellig Michael and Little Skellig, are remote and awe-inspiring rocky outcrops that rise from the Atlantic Ocean. Skellig Michael, is renowned for its ancient monastic settlement and  Little Skellig serves as a sanctuary for one of the largest colonies of seabirds in Ireland.

Restaurants and Cafes

Experience an array of delightful culinary options in the charming Cahersiveen area, where a plethora of inviting restaurants and cafes await. Indulge in delicious traditional Irish fare or explore the diverse flavors of other cultures, adding a delectable dimension to your visit to this picturesque Kerry town.

O'Neills' The Point

O'Neills The Point offers a cozy and welcoming atmosphere, serving up a delightful blend of traditional Irish dishes and international cuisine. Situated in the heart of Cahersiveen, this charming eatery provides a warm and inviting ambiance, perfect for enjoying a hearty meal or a relaxing coffee with friends and family.

The Oratory

A hidden gem nestled in the heart of Cahersiveen, The Oratory exudes character and ambiance, providing a tranquil setting for enjoying delicious homemade dishes and artisanal treats. The Oratory's cozy atmosphere and attentive service make it the perfect spot to relax and savor the flavors of County Kerry.


Camo's is located in the heart of Cahersiveen, is an amazing restaurant to try some food in the Ring of Kerry. Have a taste of their delicious homemade soup as well as try their impeccable omelette

Fun, Fun Beaches

Cahersiveen and its surrounding area boast several stunning beaches. These beaches showcase the natural splendor of the Cahersiveen area, providing opportunities for relaxation, recreation, and exploration amidst breathtaking coastal landscapes.

White Strand Beach

Located near Cahersiveen, White Strand Beach is a picturesque sandy beach with crystal-clear waters and panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.

Cuas Crom Beach

Nestled along the rugged coastline of Cahersiveen, Cuas Crom Beach offers a serene escape into the beauty of County Kerry. Enjoy a lovely relaxing experience at the Skelligs Sauna located here.

Ballinskellings Beach

Situated near Ballinskelligs village, this beach offers a beautiful sandy shoreline backed by dunes and grassy areas.