Sea Breeze Bed and Breakfast
Reenard Road, Cahersiveen, Ireland
More about Cahersiveen
Sign which says O'Connell in town
Approaching Carhan House
photo from the road approaching Cahirciveen
passing in the bus
Travel Tips for Cahersiveen
St. Brendan the Navigator
Saint Brendan is the Patron Saint of the United States Navy.
Under construction The land flattens as you approach Cahirciveen, and in front of you, you can see the outline of Valentia Island. Look out on your right for a modern sculpture of St. Brendan the Navigator in his coracle or curragh, the little boat in which supposedly the C6 saint travelled to America many centuries before Columbus. (In 1978 Tim Severin built a replica curragh called the Brendan in which he retraced this voyage, proving that it could have been done.)
Cahirciveen (Cathair Saidhbhín in Irish) - means "town of Little Saidhbh". Cahersiveen is an alternate spelling. Caherciveen is connected to the Irish road network by the N70 national secondary route. Caherciveen has a population of 1294.
The town has a cathedral which is the only Church in the country named after a lay person (Daniel O'Connell). It is situated on the river Fertha and on the slopes of Beentee Mountain
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