Very nice walk. The path can get a bit muddy in places and it could be a bit worrying if you have lively children as there are places where the fence is a little bit missing. All in all a beautiful walk and a must...More
Cliff Walk Ardmore
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Brilliant walk around the head. Lots to see. Good shoes in wet weather necessary. Possibly of seeing whales and dolphins. Great sea birds. Seats to sit a relax on a good day.
Came here with some friends to pass a few hours. The views are stunning especially on a good day! some of the walk isn't very well closed off so I wouldn't recommend bringing kids or anyone afraid of heights. It can get a bit windy...More
Park at the beach and wander up to the start of the walk via the cliff house hotel’s car park. Impossible to miss. Nicest part is the first ten minutes. Very well sign posted all the way and worth visiting the old church and graveyard...More
The walk was beautiful and well marked. We enjoyed it and appreciated the sign explaining some of the sights.
My children and I all got up early to get in some exercise before embarking on our site seeing day. I walked and the kids jogged at their own pace, and we all enjoyed it. It's a loop trail, but I went as far as...More
This is a great walk on the cusp of the Cliff House Hotel. The views are magnificent. There are a few interesting treats along the way for those interested in history and who like to explore a few ruins. One more recent attraction (December 1987)...More
This is a beautiful cliff walk with spectacular scenery. It is safe as it is fenced for most of the way. It is a looped walk which brings you back into the town of Ardmore, although I prefer to walk half way and turn back...More
We always make sure to allow time to do the cliff walk when we visit Ardmore. It's a great way to work up an appetite before dinner or even to dry your hair after a refreshing swim by the harbour! The scenery is amazing. Make...More
The cliff walk is a lovely walk that takes in beautiful scenery and some History features like the wreck on the rocks and St Declan's well. Very doable for most people but if taking young children be careful along the sides as they can be...More