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Rinevella Bay

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Rinevella Bay is a popular swimming and fishing bay. The remains of a submerged forest at Rinevella is one of a number of submerged scots pine forests found in the Shannon estuary.

Pilots Memorial and Kilbaha Bay

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There is a memorial In Kilbaha to five local men, who drowned when piloting a ship along this coastline in 1873.

Dunlicky Castle

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This exposed cliff edge and popular fishing spot is the original location of Dunlicky Castle although no remnants of the castle remain.

Kilkee Victorian Town

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The town of Kilkee, with its unique climate, natural amenities and coveted bathing areas developed as a popular tourist destination in the Victorian era.

Corbally and Cusheen

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The Corbally and Cusheen heritage area is located only a short distance off the WAW route immediately to the north of Kilkee town. The area overlooks the scenic Farrihy Bay and Donegal Point headland.

Tullig Famine Village

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The Tullig Famine Village heritage area is located on a local road and only a short distance off the WAW route between the Bridges of Ross and Dunlicky Caslte. This elevated area overlooks the entire Loop Head Peninsula.