Nice area, good walks (although not if you have dogs - the whole area is very dog UNfriendly), and when the sun is out, it's really lovely.
Breath taking views, this and are is a treasure in the depths of rural Ireland. There is a fantastic walk so it is perfect for those who enjoy hiking you can take in amazing views of the sea and mountains combining. The sheep head way is 200km and can take a few days. I only did part of it it... 更多
Stunning views. A decent walk but one that was managed by a 7 year old. Parking a little restricted but understandable considering the location Good amenities, toilets maintained, cafe on site.
Not the largest peninsular in the south west of Ireland, but one of the best for walking. Technically i guess these are hills but they present much of the interest and challenge of mountains. One needs full gear here, especially good walking boots, lots of bog holes not alway apparent until you are knee deep!! Weather can also change really... 更多
Sheep's Head is very remote, and may not be for the timid driver. It is a single track road for most of the way, with steep inclines on the side of the road, BUT worth the drive. The landscapes are rugged with interesting slate like rock formations and cliffs. A sunset would be amazing, but the hike back and drive... 更多
Our Walking Group, The Silverbacks, recently hiked The Poet's Way on Sheep's Head. This 4 hour hike has to be one of the great hiking trails in all of Ireland. The terrain is rugged and the scenery is spectacular. Underfoot conditions were fine on the day we were there after dry spell but it could be very soft after prolonged... 更多