Waterville, from the Irish meaning “little cauldron”, is a beautiful village on the Iveragh Peninsula in South Kerry.
Legendary actor Charlie Chaplin and his family visited the town each year for over a decade from 1959. The community has held the Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival each August since 2011. A statue of Chaplin stands on the seafront.
Located alongside Lake Currane, a lake renowned for some of the best Salmon & Sea Trout Angling in Europe.
Waterville Golf links has been voted one of the best golf courses in the UK and Ireland.
There is also a statue of the legendary Kerry Gaelic footballer and manager Mick O’Dwyer in the village.
Loher Fort dates from the early Christian period around the 9th century AD. The walls have survived to a height of over three metres and are three metres thick.
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