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Well worth a visit, assuming the weather is not too wild. Spectacular views on a good day - and awesome on a windy one! Lots of photo opportunities among the shattered rocks and sheltered pools. Keep back from the edge if windy - and hold...More
This was recommended to us by local pub owner.. well.worth a trip.. it is 5 minute away from parking area but stunning views. afterwards we went for a refreshing swim in nearby lagoon which was just beautiful and a little hidden gem
my wife and I have spent a lot of time exploring the western coast of Ireland but had never stumbled across this amazing place. A local shop owner told us about and we are glad she did, we visited when the tide was out and...More
We happened on the Bridges of Ross when our guide suggested that it was a spectacular view on the Loop Head Drive and it was. A bit of a walk, but well worth it especially on a blustery sunny day. There was no one else...More
This was another location we were lucky enough to have to ourselves. The area itself starts with some nicer views but you need to make the walk to reach the gorgeous ones. I think it took us a good half hour of walking on a...More
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It's about a 15-20 minute walk from the parking lot on a dirt path. The path is clearly marked and not close enough to the edge to be a falling threat. The only worry you will have is the occasional massive piles of cow... More
It's about a 15-20 minute walk from the parking lot on a dirt path. The path is clearly marked and not close enough to the edge to be a falling threat. The only worry you will have is the occasional massive piles of cow poop. It is also pretty flat so anyone with a bad ankle or elderly can make the walk without too much of an issue.