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Bromore Cliffs is a walk along the cliffs of Bromore with spectacular natural scenery. Breathtaking views of wildlife, hertiage and the Devil's Castle. Situated only a mile north of Ballybunion, Open daily from 10am to 6pm
This is a great place to visit away from the crowds with some incredible views and a bit of history. The landowner, Mike, was very helpful and informative (unlike some of the reviews state). There's a WW2 lookout post and some interesting rock formations, waterfalls,...More
People are being unfair about the landowner. It clearly states the pricing for visiting...it doesn't matter if you think it should be free. He had a chat with us and was pleasant. We paid our money and that was that.
As to the cliffs themselves....they're...More
Cannot recommend highly enough! Absolutely gorgeous views. Not as high as cliffs of moher but it's peaceful and uncrowded. Easy to stroll. Nearby town of Ballybunion has lots of great places to eat and relax. You will not be disappointed! Met the landowner and he...More
The place is really beautiful, sadly the experience is ruined by the owner who intimidates in an aggressive tone to make a 'donation' despite paying. A shame to have such a natural beauty of cliffs be controlled by such a person. I think the local...More
Beautiful Irish morning , cold a bit breezy fabulous views and lots of history. Then off to Coast cafe for hot chocolate?latte and a walk along the beach perfect Irish break. Evening in The Exchange - what more could you ask for !!!
Despite being a local, we had never previously visited, and were not aware this scenery came at a price. The man we were greeted by was rude and greedy, demanding money from us. He did not introduce himself and when we offered to pay he...More
We didn’t mind paying €5 one bit to walk out to the Cliffs and the landowner was friendly and warm to us. The views were incredible and we enjoyed the walk. If you’re in the area, I wouldn’t miss it! Just be warned that there...More
First of all, let's get the topic of the land owner out of the way. Honestly, I don't see what the gripe is all about. The man who owns the land charges 5 euros to park and walk on it...you either pay it or you...More
We were fortunate to receive a short tour of the Cliffs with the owner of the farm who runs the site. We had a great visit and were filled with stories of both Irish and local history from the 8th century to the present including...More