This is a truly spectacular walk with lovely views. Not for people With fear of heights! The path goes right next to the cliffs.
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Bray Head is on the other side of the bay from Main St. in Portmagee. At the base of the climb is where the transatlantic cable was laid. The dirt road is a gradual climb on a dirt road to a cliff where there is...More
This walk on Bray Head at the western end of Valentia Island gives stunning views over the Kerry cliffs and towards the Skelligs. There is a car park at the start and the route is well marked out (and descibed in Killarney to Valentia Island...More
Park at the trailhead for 2 euro and set off. The path is uphill, but not terribly steep. Rough underfoot so good shoes needed. All the way there is the amazing sound of birdsong and some birds to admire. Unfortunately when I reached the summit...More
This place is off the beaten track but it is well worth visiting. It is on Valentia island, just across the bridge to Portmagee. There is a car park at the bottom of the pathway. There is also picnic benches there too. The walk itself...More
After a long day of hiking and site seeing on the Valencia Island, we decided to walk the trail to Bray Head. The walk was long and uphill, but two couples In their late 50's and mid 60's made it to the top. Magnificent views,...More