One day before the hurricane Ophelia came to Ireland we visited this beautiful site! We had a picnic in our camper and enjoyed the sea banging to the cliffs. Sitting and relaxing, impressed by the power of nature!
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Driving up to the parking lot this place didn't look like much. Gift shop and cafe looked dated. Items look like they had been on the shelf for sometime. We opted to not climb the 115 steps up the lighthouse. We walked around to the...More
As we had some time my husband and I decided to visit the lighthouse even though it was a rainy and foggy day. As we approached the lighthouse, we could hardly see but it was so worth going as we were able to experience what...More
Naturally enough the Lighthouse is positioned in a beautiful place right out on the headland. Take the tour, walk along the coast and have a snack at the cafe. It's well worth the visit.
Fethard-on-Sea is a feast for the eye. On the south coast of Ireland where the Atlantic meets the Irish Sea lies one of the oldest lighthouses. Nearly 800 years old, still in operation. There is a cafeteria to catch’s nite to eat. Reminds me of...More
Traveled as a family of adults - no teenagers. Absolutely fantastic! Robbie was a great tour guide. Very well done and so awesome to be able to say we've seen the world's oldest standing and functioning lighthouse (as Robbie would have us say)! Great fun...More
Lovely day out exploring and getting fresh air with spectacular coastal views. Family friendly, quite exposed to the elements though. You definitely want raincoats/windproof coats. Not wheelchair accessible for the most part (which can't be helped - it's just the type of attraction/building it is)....More