Seven Heads Peninsula
For Walking Routes in Cork, the Seven Heads Walk is simply a must! Nestled away on the picturesque West Cork Coastline, the Seven Heads Peninsula not only offers a range of walking routes, but also the most exquisite of panoramic scenery. Extending from Timoleague Village through Courtmacsherry and around the rugged cliffs and shoreline of West Cork.
While becoming increasingly popular year on year, the walking route was only launched in 1998 to allow all to embrace the breathtaking scenery over the entirety of the walk, coming to approximately 42.5km around the full peninsula. The Seven Heads Long Loop Walk is one of Ireland’s best coastal walks. If the full Seven Heads Loop Walk isn’t for you, fear not as there are several return routes and circular walks that one can choose from the match the time they have available.
While offering an amass of walking route options, the Seven Heads Peninsula is also a historical site with a wide variety of interesting flora and fauna that vary throughout the course of the year. The walkway itself leads voyagers through a course of different types of territory, rocky coastline, sandy beaches and much more. Put on your walking boots and book your stay in our hotel in Clonakilty
before embarking on your journey today.
How To Get There:
The Seven Heads Walk is only over 20 minutes away from our hotel in Clonakilty by car. On exiting the hotel, turn left on Wolfe Tone Street before turning left again after a short distance towards Long Quay before turning left once again joining Long Quay. Continue straight before turning left to join the N71. At the roundabout, take the second exit continuing straight on N71. Continue driving on N71 for just over 1km before turning right onto R600. Continue on this route for 4.2km before turning right and turning right again after 2km. Continue on this route before turning left at the junction and shortly after turning sharply right. Continue straight to Barryroe before turning right at Barryroe Creamery. At this point continue straight to The Seven Heads Walk.
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