is a festival weekender incorporating music, art, poetry, talks, walks, surf,
yoga, food & (most importantly) creamypintsbythesea.
and around the beautiful surrounds of Caherdaniel, Co. Kerry, Fading Light
wraps the last Bank Holiday of the year in it's autumnal shroud and invites you
to celebrate all that is good in life with friends old and new.
The Light is
Time to party!
MORE ABOUT CAHERDANIEL:
Overlooking Derrynane Bay, the charming and secluded village of Caherdaniel is situated on perhaps the most beautiful part of the Ring of Kerry. The view from the main road, the N70, is one of golden beaches and small islands nestling in a turquoise sea.
To the rear, the village is sheltered by undulating mountains, once mined for copper, reaching towards the sky. Just 1 mile away is Derrynane beach, house and gardens.
The house was the home of Daniel O'Connell, famed in Ireland as "The Liberator" (1775 - 1847), who won Catholic representation in Parliament in 1829. The house is now a museum and contains many of his personal belongings, as well as his famed Triumphant Carriage.
A diving and sailing school is located at Derrynane Harbour. The area is a walkers paradise with a long walking trail, The Kerry Way, to the north of the village and many other shorter routes along seashore and old paths. There is an Equestrian Centre in the village, offering tuition from qualified instructors, with horses and ponies to suit all levels. There is a wide choice of watersports available, including, waterskiing, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, diving, surfing and wakeboarding. In the village there are two pubs and one restaurant, serving excellent fresh fish.
Close to the Kerry Way, lie the remains of a stone fort. Named "Caher" archaeologists date the fort to 600 B.C.
Most notably, Caherdaniel is now home to the multi disciplinary arts festival 'Fading Light'.