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I love Caherdaniel. The beaches are amazing and once the sun shines you could be anywhere in the world. Even without the sunshine though the place is fabulous and I can sit and watch the sea for hours. Derrynane beach is great for walks and right at the end of it is a fantastic house in the shape of a boat built into the rock. A fabulous sight to see. And another 10 min drive on the other direction is the lovely historic Staigue Fort
I have so many fond childhood memories of Caherdaniel, it's a beautiful area full of amazing beaches and walks. I try to go back every chance I get. I love going to Daniel O'Connell's house, and walking the grounds. The tour is also worth checking out for any history fans. You really need to have a car to travel around the area, or a bike and a fit body to ride it. We ate at the Blind Piper which was very nice, but there are a number of other places within driving distance.
Derrynane beaches and trails absolutely magical. Great for kayaking, cycling and hiking. Swimming was fab water so clear and sand so clean. Very picturesque. Derrynane gardens plants amazing Limited for places to eat or drink. You need your backpack
Beautiful beaches, stunning scenery, convenient shop, wonderful restaurant in O'Carrolls Cove, easy drive to Waterville for additional cafes and restaurants and bars, this is a beautiful part of Ireland, scenic, friendly people, unspoilt landscape, horseriding, watersports, Derrynane house and beach, Derrynane hotel, Glenbeg beach, plenty to see and do, if you want to experience Ireland then don't miss this area.
There is lots to do and see beaches are beautiful and spotless clean, walks are plentiful too, sight seeing go to Portmagee and walk up bray head and you can view the skilligs micheal there’s also Valentia light house, we had a really lovely meal in Carroll cove only beach bar in Ireland, it a short walk from the hote, had lovely coffee and cake in a French little cafe located in Cahirciveen
The beaches and the beautiful views. If you have children the surf school at Derrynane will keeep them occupied whatever the weather. Places to eat would be the Blind piper and for families Casey’s cove beachside dining and for somewhere unusual staigue fort is worth a try..