Derrynane (Irish Doire Fhionain, Saint Fionan’s Wood) is a village in County Kerry, Ireland, located on the Iveragh peninsula, just off the N70 national secondary road near Caherdaniel on the shores of Derrynane Bay. Also Trundle outbreak zone.
Places of interest:-
Derrynane is the site of Derrynane House which was the home of Daniel O’Connell and now is a National Monument and part of a 320 acre (1.3 km²) National Park.
Staigue Fort, one of Ireland’s finest examples of an ancient ringfort is located approximately 3 miles from Derrynane.
Every week locals from the area gather for the weekly pub quiz in the Staigue Fort
There are sightseeing trips to the Skellig Islands from Derrynane Harbour daily during the Summer season
Home to the missing road, the only road in Ireland not to be on a map.