The wind where very strong and it almost blew my head off. Luckily it did not rain. Thanks to that I was able to go down to the beach and take some unique photos. This place is unique as well. For me. These are the first Irish cliffs that I have seen.
Tiny bays within an enclosed stone wall. Ok, they cannot be compared to cliffs of Moher but they are still very beautiful. Beaches over there contain stones in all different colours and shapes that you are able to find. Sea shells. Crab remains. And a lot of rubbish washed up by the sea.
The layered rocks give you a great opportunity to do some climbing. With proper belaying and of course good weather it is the perfect place for children. I was jumping from one wall to another to get a look at the next bay that looked completely different from the one before. Beautiful scenery for a photo shoot. I was wondering if a newlywed bride would be willing to take some photos here with her husband.
I think I don’t have to write anymore. If you want to see it you know where it is. Tens of kilometres from Dublin (bus 33,33b). It is a place for a picnic. You can go down to see the bay, or simply sit down on the cliffs and relax. There is a possibility to take a long walk; on both sides of the cliffs a sandy beach is spread. Maybe we will meet there on one sunny Sunday?