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The path is just wide enough for a person to walk down. It is mostly earth and rock. The views are very nice. When we were there it was very windy, but it was still so much fun. There were very few people on the...More
The Ballycotton Cliff Walk is amazing. The landscape looks like you are in a movie. Its possible to walk down to the sea but thats actually not so safe. We went there by public transport and thats the negative thing. One Bus at 9am to...More
The Ballycotton cliff walk is a lovely experience! There was no one on the trail and very nice views! I only did about 30-45 minutes of trail and turned back. Apparently there is more than 4-5 hours of trails over the Ballycotton trails, but I...More
Wonderful airy walk along Ballycotton cliffs, highly recommend. There are 3 loops possible, longest 10 km. Not suitable for buggies and children must be able and willing to walk :). Werealy enjoyed it. Lots of space forthe picnic afterwarfs.
Even though I considered stopping halfway and going back, it was totally worth it. The view is just beautiful especially if its a nice dry day. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who enjoys, walks, nature and a bit of a challenge i suppose.
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Unfortunately Ballycotton cliff-walk does not allow for wheelchair access. There is a beautiful beach nearby called Garryvoe which has a large wide footpath and slipway access to the beach. Also Youghal promenade is suitable... More
Unfortunately Ballycotton cliff-walk does not allow for wheelchair access. There is a beautiful beach nearby called Garryvoe which has a large wide footpath and slipway access to the beach. Also Youghal promenade is suitable for wheelchairs. Hope this helps!