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All reviews lovely walk car park bird hide walked down peregrine falcon gun battery creek side beautiful beach wild flowers shorter walk roseland peninsula superb views two hours path lighthouse howth church
I have walked this walk many times but most recently last September when the weather was great and the views are fantastic. The main thing about this walk you can make it fit you own needs if you don't want to do the whole round...More
Started at Portscatho car park and headed along the coast towards St Anthony Head, on to Place and back to our car via Porth.
I’ve wanted to walk this area for quite some time and it didn’t disappoint even in gale force winds. Stunning scenery,...More
We did an eight mile coastal walk from Portscatho to St. Anthony Head and then onto Place where we had the option to either retrace our steps back to Portscatho or walk back there across country.
The third option was to take the Place to...More
at the end of a long predominantly single track lane, which at times seems never ending. reasonably large national trust car park which always seems to have the odd space free.
very steep downward path to the lighthouse is worth a detour but it is...More
we were staying just up the road and wondered where this road ended.
what a find!!!!
parked free as we are NT membrs and took the walk to the bird hide and enjoyed all the views on the way.
an excellent opportunity to take in...More
It is hard to believe this is in the UK, it could be the best landscape in Crete. That isn't to do down our country, it merely explains my fascination with this landscape which is extraordinary and quite breathtaking. One does need to be reasonably...More
We walked from Portscatho. Fabulous weather made this a great walk with quite a few well placed benches along the route. Well worth doing, but you do need to take plenty of water with you and be fairly fit to complete the walk.