Loophead Peninsula, Clare, Ireland
The Loophead peninsula on the west coast of County Clare juts into the Atlantic Ocean like a gnarled finger pointing westward. It is bounded on the North and West side by the Atlantic Ocean and on the South by the River Shannon estuary with barely one mile of land saving it from island status meaning it has one of the highest ratios of coastline to land surface in Ireland.
The Loop head Peninsula in West Clare is a place of natural beauty, tranquility, and has breathtaking coastal scenery. On the Peninsula there is plenty of activities in the area & places to visit such as Loop head Lighthouse, The Bridges of Ross,The Ionad Cois Cuain Memorial Garden and The Five Pilots Memorial in Kilbaha and The Little Ark.
Villages of the Loop Head Peninsula
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