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The townland of Kilcredaun contains a number of archaeological buildings including church ruins, a holy well, the 19th century coast guard station, a Napoleonic battery, World War 2 lookout post and Kilcredaun lighthouse.
There is a memorial In Kilbaha to five local men, who drowned when piloting a ship along this coastline in 1873.
The Kilkee Cliff walk begins at the Pollock Holes car park at the west end of the town and follows a cliff path along the coastline, passing the truly breathtaking and varied coastline.
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