Sneem is known for its brightly colored houses, which were painted in the 1960s to help locals identify their homes in the foggy weather.
The village is located on the Ring of Kerry, a scenic driving route that attracts visitors from all over the world.
The famous Kerry Way walking route passes through Sneem, offering hikers a chance to explore the surrounding countryside.
Sneem is home to the "Sneem Head", a rock formation that looks like the head of a person when viewed from a certain angle.
The village is also home to the Sneem Sculpture Trail, a collection of over a dozen unique sculptures created by local artists.
The Church of the Transfiguration in Sneem was built in the early 1800s and features a stunning stained glass window.
The Old Police Barracks in Sneem was built in 1867 and served as a police station until the 1920s.
Sneem has been named one of Ireland's most beautiful villages, thanks to its charming blend of old-world charm and modern amenities.
The village has a thriving culinary scene, with a range of options to suit every taste and budget.
Sneem is home to a number of annual festivals and events, including the Sneem International Folklore and Storytelling Festival and the Sneem Family Festival.
And a bonus fact - Sneem is an amazingly beautiful drive to the town of Kenmare, where I have my little shop. Seriously, its a beautiful drive ! Check out Blackwater Pier with stunning views and also Blackwater Bridge