Caherdaniel, meaning “Dónall’s stone ringfort”, is a village on the beautiful Ring of Kerry in South Kerry.
The village stands on the shores of Derrynane Bay, from which there are stunning views of Derrynane Harbour, Scariff Islands, and Kenmare Bay.
The nearby Derrynane House, which was the home of Irish statesman Daniel O’Connell, is an Irish National Monument, forming part of a 320-acre National Park.
The parish of Caherdaniel begins in the picturesque valley of Glenmore with its lakes and rivers renowned for fishing.
Historically, copper ore was mined in the area, with the first mines dating back to about 2000 BC.
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