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Seemed like a great beach but it was so windy and raining that being on the beach had us wet in a few minutes of being out of the car. There is parking right down on the beach and trails near by if you have...More
It takes almost half an hour to drive from Dingle to the beach as the road is a single lane one. But it hugs the ocean for the final 4km or so and it’s a glorious drive on a sunny day.
The vistas were gorgeous...More
Great 'tucked-away' beach just off the Slea Head drive. Short walk down from the road. Secluded - nice for a walk and a paddle. Swimming is not advised due to strong currents - but we saw a group of surfers having a great time -...More
The beach and also Dunmore Head are must do activities icon holidays in the region. Spectacular scenery and the best views of the Blaskets. Needs to be a bright day to really appreciate. Car park is small and can easily overflow - we are lucky...More
Coumeenoole beach has to be one of the best beaches in the country. Its location is specular and it is always clean and pristine. When the tide is in though the beach area itself is small and the waves are generally large, which is great...More
A friend told us to come here, so we visited it on a very sunny day. There were a lot of people at the beach and in the water, but the waves were very big and dangerous at times. We didn't enter the beach: the...More
Wonderful sheltered beach at the foot of the cliffs. Great for surfers and safe for kids. Amazing views across to the Blasket Islands. No wonder the David Lean chose it as location for his film Ryan's Daugter
The hike was an easy 15 minute walk. The only difficult part was figuring out which way to get over the fence without getting caught on your clothes. Walk slow to give the sheep a chance to get off the path.
Can I suggest you try to contact Colm Banbury at Dingle Guided Walks. Google them. They are on Facebook and Twitter. Very knowledgeable about this area. I don't know Waymont but Coumeenoole and Mt Eagle to the NW of it is a... More
Can I suggest you try to contact Colm Banbury at Dingle Guided Walks. Google them. They are on Facebook and Twitter. Very knowledgeable about this area. I don't know Waymont but Coumeenoole and Mt Eagle to the NW of it is a superb walk with outstanding views and very few tourists. Have a great time.