There is a rich heritage of fascinating archaeological sites in Kerry and especially in our local area – from the majestic prehistoric Staigue Fort to the proud Ogham stone at Derrynane. The area offers a wealth of sites such as forts, castles, prehistoric stone art and standing stones. From Wave Crest take a right to […]
Derrynane House was the home of Daniel O’Connell who was a heroic figure in Ireland’s fight for independence. The house has been lovingly cared for and restored and is home to a museum and heritage centre. The gardens offer fabulous walks and have an incredible array of exotic trees and flowers and many subtropical plants. There […]
Visit Ballinskelligs Chocolate Factory, the artisan producer of Skellig handmade chocolates, which has been making award winning truffles for more than 10 years. Sample some of the exquisite freshly made chocolates and see how they are made. You can also purchase the chocolates and relax with a well-earned coffee in the Skelligs Chocolate Café. From […]
Locally produced vegetables Home baking Bric a brac Held in the local Village Hall every Friday during June – September and Christmas from 10.00am – 1.00 noon selling all sorts of local produce, home-baking, artwork and handcrafted items. Worth a visit.
Wave Crest enjoys a delightful coastal location on the Wild Atlantic Way so offers an incredible choice of stunning local Kerry beaches nearby. From the long golden sands at the blue flag beach at Derrynane to the pretty little beaches of Rath, White Strand and Silver Strand. From Wave Crest take a left to Caherdaniel […]