Gem, fantastic views, spectacular situation, friendly staff, community run, one of the 'must' visit places in Ireland. Be prepared to spend a couple of hours there.
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My husband and I visited here while on holidays in West Cork. Firstly the weather on the day was very sunny so that was a big plus. The scenery is just fantastic and the fantastic views are just breathtaking. The visitors centre is lovely, a...More
Mizen Head at the extreme south west of Ireland is one of the most spectacularly beautiful and unspoiled places on the Wild Atlantic Way. During our recent visit it seems that the fact has not gone unnoticed. It was a very busy place despite the...More
We arrived around 12 noon my wife our 15 y.o. daughter and myself and found an absolute gem the scenery the walk ways which obviously are very well fenced etc but in no way obstructive to the enjoyment of not alone the beauty but the...More
Warning, the scenic drive out to the head is narrow and it is impossible in places for two cars to pass without one giving way to the other. SUGGESTION: Wait for another car or bus to pass you, so you can follow them and let...More
We enjoyed our visit even though the weather was not great. A bit cloudy with occasional rain. On good day it would be outstanding as the views would be magnificent .
This old lighthouse post is at the closest point to the USA. There are safe walkways around the head and an opportunity to visit the former housing for the families. The café offered both snacks and meals. The only annoying thing is the gift shop...More
nice homely building with massive info and history, neat little bookshop and gift shop, reasonable prices.. Small cafe, good selection of snacks,