Fishing for bass, coalfish, cod, flounder, mullet, sea trout, golden grey mullet and turbot.
John O’Shea of Skellig Tours also offers a range of fully licensed sea fishing trips on his boat “L’Oursin” tailored to suit the novice and avid angler alike. Fishing trips include:
- • Reef and drift fishing for pollock, mackerel, cod, wrasse, conger, ling and colefish
- • Deep sea angling for flatfish, conger, skate, ling, dogfish, ray and spurdog
- • Shark fishing for blue, porbeagle and tope
John operates the Catch and Release Programme. All gear is supplied. www.skelligtours.com
Derrynane Sea Sports offer equipment hire, including wetsuits, as well as beginner’s lessons. Activities include; sailing, surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, canoeing and kayaking, snorkeling, windsurfing, and water skiing.
Derrynane beach is sheltered and safe for swimming. There are lifeguards present during the summer season.
The Skellig Ring
Starting at the ring at Kenneigh, this scenic drive covers the Iveragh Peninsula, as well as Valentia Island.
Kells House and Gardens
This 40-acre botanical garden, boasting a Victorian-style manor, is located 45 km from Caherdaniel
Caherdaniel Sky Walk
Caherdaniel Dark Sky, a solar system walk starting at Caherdaniel Village and ending at Coad, explores the planets found in our solar system. https://www.caherdanieldarksky.com/
Vincent Hyland is a regular musician in the Blind Piper. He is also an award-winning artist, filmmaker and photographer. You can visit Vincent’s unique collection of paintings, prints, images and underwater film in his art gallery in Caherdaniel.
McGill’s Brewery is located in the Gaeltacht region of Murreigh, Waterville. Each beer is unique to the area of South Kerry, reflecting our local heroes, culture, and history. They also offer brewery tours
Atlantic Irish Seaweed
Located on the pristine coastline of the Wild Atlantic Way at Derrynane on the Ring of Kerry, husband and wife John Kerry-ann Fitzgerald have been running seaweed discovery courses & workshops since 2009.
Founded in 2014 by marine biologist Lucy Hunt, Sea Synergy is a Marine Awareness, Research and Activity Centre that offers a variety of meaningful activities, workshops, and adventures that empower all ages
Skellig Coast Discovery
Local man Des O’Shea caters for people and tourists who want to experience the maritime heritage, locations and destinations that make the Skellig Coast so special.