Cliffs of Kilkee and Bridges of Ross Half-Day Tour
On this tour you will with a nice drive along the Atlantic coast, finishing off by the Shannon estuary where you might get to see some dolphins along the way.
In the Cliffs of Kilkee the walk starts on a tarmac path leading up towards the high point of the cliffs. The first feature of interest are the Diamond rocks, so named because of the many intrusions of veins of White Quartz which glitter in sunshine.
The Bridges of Ross were a trio of spectacular natural sea arches – at least until two of them fell into the sea. Today, even though only one ‘bridge’ remains, the name persists in the plural.
The Bridge of Ross lies on the western side of the natural harbour that is Ross Bay, looking north to the Atlantic Ocean, near the village of Kilbaha.
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