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Even though I considered stopping halfway and going back, it was totally worth it. The view is just beautiful especially if its a nice dry day. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who enjoys, walks, nature and a bit of a challenge i suppose.
Traversing the area surrounding the cliffs of Ballycotton is something that one should do if they ever visit East Cork.
There is a beautiful sight of a lighthouse on one of the mini islands. It is so splendid to experience the waves crashing, the sea...More
Nice little cliff you can follow, that eventually leads to a very nice little beach. We really loved it, it's full of nice little wonders. People went bathing on the beach. Lovely thing to do on a sunny day.
We walked a ways down the cliffs after having dinner in Ballycotton. The sun was starting to set and it was beautiful. There are some more difficult parts if you choose to walk down the cliff or you can stay along the flatter portion that...More
Beautiful scenery at ballycotton. Unfortunately we were due to do the lighthouse tour but due to weather conditions tour was cancelled. We did the cliff walk which was very enjoyable, beautiful scenery. Ballycotton is most certainly worth a visit when in east cork
We were staying near Cork and were looking for a late afternoon hike. We found the Cliffwalk. Lord was it worth the short drive. The trail is 5 miles all the way out but the views along the way rival the Cliff of Moher without...More
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Unfortunately Ballycotton cliff-walk does not allow for wheelchair access. There is a beautiful beach nearby called Garryvoe which has a large wide footpath and slipway access to the beach. Also Youghal promenade is suitable... More
Unfortunately Ballycotton cliff-walk does not allow for wheelchair access. There is a beautiful beach nearby called Garryvoe which has a large wide footpath and slipway access to the beach. Also Youghal promenade is suitable for wheelchairs. Hope this helps!