The village of Castlecove is located on the southern part of the Iveragh peninsula halfway between Kenmare and Caherciveen. It nestles in the foothills of the McGillycuddy Reeks, and the waters of the Kenmare Bay make the southern boundary. The famous Ring of Kerry passes through the village. Staigue Fort, one of the best examples of a Iron Age fort, is a short distance from the village, and there are many other examples of Ring Forts. The Castle and St. Crohans Cave are just two more  fascinating historical sites to visit. There are plenty of walks to take, the Kerry Way passes through Castlecove linking Sneem and Waterville, and there are tracks through the hills to explore.

 Activities in Castlecove

Pottery And Craft Centres
The Pottery


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