The Village of Caherdaniel in County Kerry, Caherdaniel owes its name to The Stone Fort of Caher ( 600 B.C) and can be found on The Kerry Way, a famous walking trail which is to the north of Caherdaniel. The Kerry Walkway is one of the most panoramic hiking trails in Ireland and it is most definitely worth exploring it. To help you plan your walk / hike there are route maps available.
Caherdaniel is situated half way around the Ring of Kerry. A great place to stop on the Ring of Kerry to stretch your legs and to explore the magnificent beaches here.
One mile from Caherdaniel you have Derrynane Beach, one of the most beautiful and cleanest Beaches in the World. Here you can explore one of the 3 Beaches and an old Abbey. The bay is a renowned centre for all types of Watersports - swimming, diving, kayaking, canoeing, surfing, water-skiing, wakeboarding and of course, sailing.
Daniel O’Connell’s former home is a museum and is well worth a visit. Derrynane National Park and the local coastline provide a range of different levels of walks.