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There is limited parking at the foot of the caves, a place for 3-4 cars near the entrance, if you drive 100 meters up the road there is a gateway that can fit 2 cars. The signposted car park is quite a walk from the...More
My husband and I had hoped to climb Queen Maeve's trail up Knocknarea but woke up to rainy weather. I had seen the Caves of Keash tours on facebook and decided to give it a shot. The girl at the tourist information office in Sligo...More
We parked at the bottom of the caves , there are parking spaces there for about 3 cars. There is a pathway up to the caves and a bench half way up to sit and enjoy the views. The caves are amazing and the view...More
Beautiful place to see. Wonderful caves . If you will be going on winter time, be sure, that you wear a good shoes :), it's slippery road, but the view from the top of the hill near caves is amazing. Worth to go :)
We parked in the signposted car park which is up the road a bit but there is actually space for about 3 cars at the front of the cave walk too. It's a nice short walk up with great views. The caves are really cool....More
Ok this is a new spot. Very simple, just drive up and then walk up. No center to greet you. There is signage to a car park – we never found the car park, but there was a place to park right where the trail...More
These caves are easily accessible (with signage) from the Ballymore-Boyle R295. There is a small patking spot at the base of Keshcorran with enough room for three cars. If you make it down the road to the church, you've gone too far (we missed it...More