Bray head is an amazing stroll to the southern tip of the island. Along the eastern side you can see the remains of 16th Century beehive huts, it overlooks Portmagee harbour and once you reach Bray tower you can see the Skellig islands, home to hermit monks between the 6th and 18th century. The tower was built by British forces to watch the Atlantic for smugglers and invaders.
This is a very scenic walk with great views overlooking the Skelligs and Dingle Peninsula. A mixture of track and sheep paths climbing to 300 metres.
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