Eyeries - Creha Quay loop

County Cork
3 reviews
Grade Easy
Length 6 km
Time 2 hours
Format Loop
Ascent 50 m
Dogs Allowed No
Waymarking Blue arrow
Start Point
Road junction just south of O'Sullivan's Food Store
Finish Point
Road junction just south of O'Sullivan's Food Store
Nearest Town to Start Eyeries Village
Grid Ref. V 647 507
Lat. and Long. 51.693009, -9.956956

Maps and other information

Trail Management

Beara Tourism,Castletownbere,Co.Cork,
Tel/Fax 027-70054, Email: bearatourism1@gmail.com
Web: https://bearatourism.com


In Eyeries Village: Car parking, shops, restaurant, café (seasonal), pubs, public toilets, accommodation 

OSI Maps

OSI Maps

Discovery Series Sheet 84
Public Transportation

Public Transportation

Bus Eireann and Local Link buses

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Peter from Antrim

A flat walk with stunning views across the mouth of Kenmare Bay to Scariff and Deenish Islands. Dog friendly until point C where there is the too common notice in the Beara Peninsula that locals shoot canines. Luckily the road here leads back to Eyeries and from the balcony at the back of Causkey's Bar the unaccomplished walk can be surveyed with a pint of Guinness.

Carole from Dublin

It is only 6km if you continue on to the Coastguard station. It is a beautiful coastal walk, thoroughly enjoyed this walk and Eyeries is a very picturesque village. Take a rest in the sensory garden (beside O'Sullivans shop) at the end of the walk, a lovely way to finish the trip to Eyeries.

Claire from Galway

Did this walk in 2008. It's a beautiful scenic walk suitable for most walkers. I remember how strikingly colourful the village of Eyeries was as we looked up to it from sea level. A unique spot.

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