A Place in History
The restored ruins of Carriganass Castle on the outskirts of Kealkill village, in the heart of West Cork, played a dramatic role in one of Irish history's most exciting stories when - in 1602 - the O'Sullivan Bere clan passed its gates as they set out to join the Flight of the Earls.
Today's walkers, under less pressure to leave, have time to explore the picturesque castle grounds, and to take advantage of the many waymarked routes that wend their way past this amazing monument.
Choose from a range of circular routes, or break your tour of the Sheep's Head Way here. Your visit to West Cork isn't complete until you've called in to Carriganass.
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