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The village of Carrigaholt grew up around the castle, now in ruins, which was built by the MacMahons in 1480.
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.
There is a memorial In Kilbaha to five local men, who drowned when piloting a ship along this coastline in 1873.
This exposed cliff edge and popular fishing spot is the original location of Dunlicky Castle although no remnants of the castle remain.
The town of Kilkee, with its unique climate, natural amenities and coveted bathing areas developed as a popular tourist destination in the Victorian era.
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.
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.
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