First off, a warning. If you visit Mannix Point in county Kerry once, you’ll find yourself returning time and time again the rest of your life. The reason is simple. Situated on The Wild Atlantic Way in south west Kerry, this campsite treats you to sea and mountain views in abundance.
The park, to be found in the quintessentially Irish town of Cahersiveen, is surrounded by 500 meters of coastline on one side and by mountains and hills on the others. Mannix Point has a number of unique facilities on site for its campers, including a sitting room with a turf fire every evening. Traditional Irish music sessions are known to happen spontaneously in this room and the party doesn’t stop for hours.
Campfires are allowed at Mannix Point and high standards are evident when it comes to the facilities campers and caravanners to the park can use. Mannix Point has actually won national and international awards and is widely considered in many travel guides to be one of Ireland’s best campsites.
You’ll be on the Ring of Kerry route at Mannix Point and you won’t be short of things to do or see here. Cyclists and walkers have an embarrassment of riches at their feet with the walks and bike trails in the area. There are also Blue Flag beaches nearby for surfers and swimmers. Culture vultures can soak up the art galleries and artisan potteries in the area. Golf, pitch and putt, horseriding, birdwatching and trips to the Skelligs are also activities you can enjoy if you stay at Mannix Point.
Book now to experience Mannix Point for yourself. Our bet is that you’ll want to stay for a very long time!
Mannix Point Highlight
Coast and mountain views
Easy access to blue flag beaches
Numerous activities at your fingertips
Sociable and relaxed atmosphere