Sheep’s Head Way

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Co. Cork, Ireland

Highlights on this trip include: 

  • Bantry
  • Ahakista Memorial
  • Dolphin & Whale Viewpoint
  • One of the most remote locations in Ireland
  • Never far from the magnificent Atlantic Ocean on this narrow peninsula

& so much more….

Grade
No Walks Available
Distance
200km (124 miles)
Duration
No Walks Available
Dates
01 Mar - 12 Oct
Type
Self Guided
Rating
No Ratings

Sheep’s Head Way - Overview

gravel path on peninsula ridge over the sea on the sheeps head way

This is one of Ireland’s youngest established waymarked trails so retains the unspoilt character. This peaceful narrow peninsula is looped with a 100 km long trail.

There are stone circles, standing stones, ring forts, a Napoleonic signal tower and early Christian sites so a landscape that has been stamped by many cultures over thousands of years.

It was the landowners themselves who put this route in place, you can be sure of a warm Irish welcome at every turn.

The real gem here is the tranquillity.

Highlights on this trip include: 

  • Peaceful & unspoilt peninsula on the Wild Atlantic Way
  • The mildest climate in Ireland with its proximity to the Gulf Stream
  • Historical points of interest that tell a story spanning thousands of years
  • European destination of excellence

Sheep’s Head Way - Available Hikes

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Sheep’s Head Way - Travel

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Sheep’s Head Way - Accommodation

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Sheep’s Head Way - Additional Activities

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Sheep’s Head Way - Photos

Sheep’s Head Way - Guide Price List

Sheep’s Head Way
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