Things to do on Loop Head

This beautiful drone video was created by photographer Kevin Troy -

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The Loop Head peninsula on The Wild Atlantic Way stretches out into the Atlantic ocean, it's furthest tip being the most westerly point of county Clare. To the south of the peninsula is the Shannon estuary, shipping channel, fishing ground, dolphin and wild fowl habitat. To the north, the violent Atlantic ocean batters the coastline and to the west lies America!

This stunning peninsula lies in the middle of The Wild Atlantic Way with panoramic cliff views, vast skies, abundant local seafood and your choice of aquatic activities. There are plenty of quiet beauty spots where you can pause and wonder at this unforgettable part of the world.

Loop Head Lighthouse

The Bridge(s) of Ross

Sonas Studio is perfectly placed between the Bridges of Ross and the iconic Loop Head Lighthouse. Follow the L2000 coast road and you will see the distinctive blue hare sign at the bottom of the lane that leads to Sonas Studio. Chat to Kim about her work and what inspires her and enjoy the unique views along the coast up to Liscannor.

If you are planning your visit to Loop Head, do plan to stay a few days, there is so much to see and enjoy. Alpaca farms, dolphin watching, Kilbaha Gallery, restaurants to suit everyone, music in the pubs, Carrigaholt Castle, E bike tours, community walks and walking tours, pony trekking, seaweed baths . . .

 

To learn more about Loop Head, book accommodation or just be inspired to travel here, have a look at this great website -

https://loveloophead.com/

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Local cattle on the hill at Fodra

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The Kilkee Cliff drive is an absolute must.