Gillick's World: Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way Re-published August 2015 - Page 27
Sneem is only one of many colourful towns you pass through on the Wild
Atlantic Way. It is situated just west of Waterville (where you can see a tribute
to Charlie Chaplin who vacationed there) and just east of Kenmare—another
pleasant place to spend the evening and enjoy the shops, bars and harbour.
Sneem, in Irish, means ‘the knot’; the theory being that when the Sneem River
meets Kenmare Bay it forms a swirling knot of water. There is a sculpture park
in Sneem, several coffee houses and bars, including Dan Murphy’s (below).
Just park the car beside the park and spend some time wandering around,
relaxing and gazing at the rush of the water.