Ireland’s full of world-renowned landmarks, both natural and man-made.
Many of these attractions have racked up thousands of reviews on the likes of TripAdvisor, and are easily found after bashing a couple of words into Google.
It’s rare that a place on our little island remains a secret.
Stumbling upon a hidden gem is a surreal moment; the knowledge that you’ve discovered a place that hasn’t felt the patter of a million footsteps or heard the echo of a thousand camera lenses is something few of us have experienced.
Enter Paul, and a recent spin along Kerry’s coast.
Earlier today I popped out a post on the Instaireland accounts that resulted in hundreds of comments, and somewhere in the region of 77 private messages and 38 emails.
A hidden chunk of paradise on #Irelands coast! 😮😮 Exploring caves in County Kerry! Hands up – who knows where this is? Shot by @paulbdeering ☘☘☘☘☘☘ ☘☘☘☘☘ ☘☘☘ ☘☘ ☘ #beautifuldestinations #earthpics #nature #instagram #ireland #discoverearth #loveireland #nyc #earthpix #london #bestvacations #exploringtheglobe #irishfitfam #naturelovers #paris #igtravel #ireland
WHERE IS THIS PLACE?? Was the general vibe.
I genuinely have no idea.
Paul Deering stumbled upon the cave while on a surfing trip in County Kerry.
Speaking about the find, he said;
“Myself and a few mates headed down to Kerry in the hope of finding some waves at the popular surfing beach Ballybunion however it was flat so we headed out the coast road. We stopped at a small secluded beach and headed out for a paddle.
While paddling along the coast we noticed an opening to a small cave. We paddled into it and it opened up into the incredible cavern you can see in the picture. Surprisingly there was also a small wave you could surf through the entrance of the cave. It was a great find can’t wait to head back!”