Cahersiveen, also spelled Caherciveen, is a small village in County Kerry, on the western side of the Iveragh Peninsula. With its 1400 inhabitants, the village is a popular tourist destination in summer. It is appreciated for its picturesque streets and seaside scenery…
Admittedly, Cahersiveen isn’t the best-known village in County Kerry. But it is particularly appreciated for its exceptional setting, which brings together mountains, valleys and sea. Situated a stone’s throw from Valentia Island, the village lives at the rhythm of tourism and fishing.
Don’t hesitate to visit its small port, its narrow streets, and its shops: you will be welcomed there, and will undoubtedly be invited to settle down for a drink at the local pub! (The inhabitants are rather talkative and benevolent). Generally speaking, Cahersiveen has a charm that has remained intact, despite its tourist appeal.
Cahersiveen has a few nice little restaurants, as well as a few comfortable B&Bs for those wishing to make the village their HQ. In the surrounding area, the region is teeming with exceptional tourist sites, so you won’t be outdone if you decide to put your suitcases down for a few days in the village!