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Welcome to Glenbeigh...

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Rossbeigh Beach

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Dooks, Ireland's 2nd oldest Links Golf Course

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Glenbeigh is the perfect choice for a fishing vacation...

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Horse riding on the beach

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Glenbeigh, County Kerry, a wonderful place for a vacation…

Glenbeigh is a truly magical place often referred to as “The Jewel in the Ring of Kerry”.  It is the ideal holiday location.  Whether you are looking for a fun-filled family holiday or a romantic break away, there really is something here for everyone.  Enjoy the six miles of golden, sandy, blue flag Rossbeigh Beach or the peace and beauty of the rivers and lakes.  Glenbeigh is cosily tucked in to the surrounding horseshoe of hills and Seefin Mountains. The Caragh River and the Behy River flow at either side of the village into Castlemaine Harbour.

The mountain scenery here is magnificent, and the circuit of the hills from Seefin to Drung Hill is called the “Glenbeigh Horseshoe” and is part of the greater “Kerry Way”, one of Kerry’s finest mountain walks.  However you prefer to spend your holidays, whether it’s birdwatching, walking, playing golf (on the famous Dooks Golf Links), fishing, hang gliding, surfing or kayaking, horse trekking on Rossbeigh Beach or just relaxing, Glenbeigh really does have it all. Immerse yourself in the friendliness and hospitality of the local people and the beauty of our wonderful destination, come and see for yourself just how much we have to offer!

Over 125,000 Visitors, Let’s See What Some Have To Say?

“Great family spot, a lovely place for a walk, a swim or a game of tennis. The waters are very clean, although nippy! Horse riding on the beach is a fond memory of mine. Many days well spent on Rossbeigh Beach!”
by Máiréad M for Glenbeigh
“Breath-taking, Absolutely stunning. Definitely one of the nicest beaches in Ireland! Very busy the day we visited but plenty of parking & no problems with road access”
Mike J
“Gorgeous place to stop while driving the ring. This was a beautiful stop on our Ring of Kerry drive. The water was beautiful and the stone beach has pebbles of various colors ranging from green to blue to grey. Took some great pictures!”
By: AlexandraB9 about Rossbeigh Beach
“A lovely beach, the local people have put a lot of work into keeping the beach!
Very clean beach and lovely for morning walks”
By: Stephanie B about Rossbeigh Beach
“Old time village situated beside the Red Fox. Well worth a visit and then have one of their famous Irish coffees”
By: Evelyn S about Kerry Bog Village Museum
“Beautiful beach, great place to walk the dog :-). I’ve been here a couple of times to walk the dog with my mum. It’s a beautiful rocky beach, a great place to visit in the summer to catch a few rays! The views of the mountains are lovely!”
By: Jemmalee3 about Rossbeigh Beach
“Friendly hidden gem links course! Had a wonderful time at Dooks! Sean Roche was a super caddy & Tom at the bar couldn’t have been more friendly & hospitable!”
By: SeanBeahon about Dooks Golf Club
“Best Beach in Europe, Miles and Miles of Majestic sand and scenery. Walk The dunes, soak in the salt air and loose yourself in the most picturesque place god ever created. Stop and talk to the locals and see how friendly the Kerry people are.”
By: Mark C about Rossbeigh Beach

Get to know the locals and find out what is happening in our village with our blog

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Ballinakilla Cemetery Clean-up 2

By |June 24th, 2015|

Glenbeigh Community Council would like to say a very big thank you to all who helped out in tidying up Ballinakilla graveyard during the the last few days.
The place looks really nice as a result.

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Ballinakilla Cemetery Clean-up

By |June 19th, 2015|

Glenbeigh Community Council have asked me to remind everyone that a clean-up will take place in the Ballinakilla cemetery on Monday Evening in preparation for the Mass on Monday 29th June. Everyone welcome. A lot of work was done last night and here are some pictures of the willing volunteers hard at it…

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Mid Kerry Champions retain their Crown!

By |June 18th, 2015|

Congratulations to Diarmuid Mc Gillicuddy and The Glenbeigh National School Team 

First Aid Refresher Course

By |June 17th, 2015|

Attention First Aiders..
A First Aid Refresher Course will be held this Saturday, 20th June, in Dromid Community Centre. Maura O’Connor is organising the course which costs €60 per person and she can be contacted on 087-206-7414. Or contact Ger Burke (087-237-9110), He will be travelling on the day and may have spare seats.

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