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Experience the Loop Head Peninsula through 14 walking trails

If the forecast is for rain or showers and you’re not sure whether to go out or stay at home, then go. Nature herself may reward you!

There’s an abundance of clean outdoor swimming places in Loop Head

This circular walk begins at the Diamond Rocks Café at the West End of the town of Kilkee and follows a cliff path along the outstanding coastline.

Kilbaha, the very last village on the Loop Head peninsula, is tucked into a small, sheltered bay at the western edge of the Shannon Estuary.

Kilkee has many wonderful places to stay. From family friendly hotels, boutique guest houses or staying with a local family in one of the many B&B’s, you won’t be disappointed with all the seaside town of Kilkee has to offer.

Take a guided tour up the tower and go out onto the balcony, from where, weather permitting, you can see south as far as the Blasket Islands and north to the Twelve Pins in Connemara, along the Wild Atlantic Way.

You can look forward to a drive along the Kilkee Cliffs and a lunch or dinner stop for a delicious fish chowder and homemade bread in Carrigaholt or Kilbaha.

Visit the Bridges of Ross and enjoy the magnificent scenery of the Wild Atlantic Way

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