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Glenbeigh

Glenbeigh is situated on the picturesque N70 Ring of Kerry driving route. It is an ideal holiday destination offering family holidays and romantic getaways. The village nestles at the foot of Seefin mountain and the spectacular Blue Flag beech of Rossheigh is just 2km from the village. Enjoy the 4km of golden sanded Rossbeigh Beach or the beauty of the nearby rivers and lakes.

Glenbeigh



The Caragh River and the Behy River flow at either side of the village. The Ring of Kerry route runs through the middle of the village and many visitors like to stop and enjoy a leisurely stroll. There is a number of cafés and pubs in the village with pavement seating facilities in the warmer weather giving the place a very pleasant ambience.

There are a wide range of outdoor activities available in the area. Walking, bird watching, fishing, golfing, horse trekking on the beach or just relaxing, Glenbeigh has it all.

The mountain scenery here is magnificent, and the circuit of the hills from Seefin to Drung Hill, called the "Glenbeigh Horseshoe", part of the greater "Kerry Way Walking route", is one of Kerry's finest mountain walks. There is some fantastic bird watching to be had to the North of Glenbeigh, at Castlemaine Harbour and while you are there, you may also be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the Natterjack toad. There is trout fishing available on Lough Coomasaharn, the largest of the lakes, and the nearby Behy River.

Dooks Golf club is 4km from Glenbeigh, this beautiful and historic links course is situated overlooking Rossbeigh Point and Dingle Bay. Pony trekking on nearby Rossbeigh beech is an exhilarating and breathtaking experience that will never be forgotten.

In early September the Glenbeigh Festival and Races take place. The centrepiece of the festival is the famous horse race which is held on Rossbeigh Beach. This is a fairly unique occurrence, only one or two other beaches can lay claim to holding such races. It is a spectacular event in a beautiful location. This weekend festival has plenty to entertain the whole family. The local pubs in the area also play their part with fantastic nightly entertainment.

There is a twice daily public bus service from Killarney via Killorglin, Monday to Friday inclusive. With extra services provided during the peak season. Immerse yourself in the beauty of this wonderful destination, come and see for yourself just how much it has to offer.



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