Thursday, 1 April 2010



The small West Cork town of Rosscarbery has a lot going for it and has been recognized as one of the best places to live and work in the country.

One of the reasons, aside from the strong community spirit of course, may be the variety of pleasant walks in the area.

One of my favourites starts on the eastern side of the bridge. Park the car here and stroll down to Warren’s Strand (signposted: Rosscarbery beach). Here, you walk past the tidal waters before reaching the pitch and putt course (pictured). Then past the car park and onto the beach. Walk here to your heart’s content and return to the main road.

If you feel like more, carefully cross the road and do the horseshoe walk around the lagoon which will bring you out by the Celtic Ross where you may enjoy a well earned refreshment!

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