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Glenbeigh Festival & Races

Dooks Golf Club is just 5 minutes away from Clearwater holiday homes

The Kerry Way


Rossbeigh Beach
Take a stroll around this beautiful beach with its stunning scenery. It is approximately 5km long with fabulous views across to Inch and Dingle. It is perfect for kayaking, windsurfing and the children will love the new playground and tennis courts.  It truly is a wonderful place to explore experience and enjoy!

Burkes Horse Riding & Acitvity Centre
This centre offers horse trekking, a willow hedge maze, animal farm, and crazy golf. Families will love it .Book horse riding for a full day or just by the hour, a gallop on Rossbeigh beach or just a leisurely canter around beautiful Glenbeigh. Tel: 066 9768872. Mobile: 0872379110 http://www.beachtrek.ie/

Glenbeigh Festival & Races
This is a three day event held annually at the end of August or early September according to tides. There is horse and pony racing on the beach and children’s outdoor entertainment and at night a live band performs in the village square. Read more about the festival here, or visit the official website at this link www.glenbeighfestival.com

Glenbeigh Sports Hall

Indoor facilities that include a gym, children’s parties with bouncy castles etc, basketball and soccer which opened in 2007.




Cappanalea Outdoor Activity Centre
Activities such as Sailing, Orienteering, canoeing, windsurfing, rock climbing and hill walking are all on offer for the outdoor active person. Tel:  066 9769244  http://www.cappanalea.ie

Kerry Bog Village Museum & The Red Fox Bar & Restaurant
Take a look back in time at this purpose built village with its thatched cottages, and get an insight in to how people lived and worked in the 18th century.  http://www.kerrybogvillage.ie

The Kerry Way Walking Route
Glenbeigh offers an abundance of beautiful scenery, mountains and hills.  Why not try walking The Point, at Rossbeigh Beach, see the old boat ruin on your way, a recommended experience to take away with you. Walks such as the Faha Wood, Keelnabrack to Reelnagaune and the River Behy walks are just some of the routes that you can enjoy at your leisure. Or, if you prefer a guided walk, with an experienced walker  you can wander the beautiful hills and mountains around Glenbeigh and further to explore the Kerry Way route. Bike hire is also available. http://www.kerryway.com

Shore Fishing & Angling
Rossbeigh beach is ideal for shore fishing where cod, bass, dogfish, flouder and many more fish can be caught. The lovely Behy and Caragh Rivers are also perfect locations to enjoy fishing in gentle, calm surroundings. Also, boat hire is available on Caragh Lake. http://www.lowercaraghfishery.com/

Historic Places Of Interest
The   walls of Wynn’s Castle 1797 are still standing. The view of Glenbeigh and its environs can be seen from this old ruin and memories of days gone by can be visualised .Neolythic rock art can be seen in Comasaharn.  www.theringofkerry.com

Kells Bay Gardens

These are unique and beautiful Victorian gardens opened to visitors since 2006. Plants here are from the Southern Hemisphere. Tea rooms and various walking routes have been designed around the gardens http://www.kellsgardens.ie/

Dooks Links Golf Course
This world renowned golf course overlooks the Dingle Bay waters, has breathtaking scenery and is surrounded by Slieve Mish, Mcgillycuddy Reeks and the Dingle Mountains. www.dooks.com

Food & Drink 

Glenbeigh  has a range of places to eat, with cafes,restaurants and bar food  to choose from The Towers Hotel, The Olde Glenbeigh Hotel, Rumours Cafe & Bistro, Jacks Seafood Restaurant, The Red Fox,  Burkes Cafe, The Matchmaker Cafe & Shenwari Take Away and more