Wild parking at Achill, Keen Bay
Picturesque Keem Bay, ound at the western end of Achill Island. YOu can get there by road over a twisting clifftop route on the side of Croaghaun mountain. Keem Bay is very isolated and provides a peaceful and magnificent retreat from the 21st century.
You will find a beautiful fine sandy beach at the heart of Keem Bay. This beach On each side the beach is surrounded by cliffs; to the east by the slopes of Croaghaun mountain, and to the west by a spar called Moyteoge. At the top of this spar, at an elevation of about 200m, is a former coastguard watch-house. For hillwalkers, this spot marks the start of a a breathtaking 1.5km walk along the top of the cliffs of Benmore towards Achill Head, the most westerly point of Achill Island.
GPS: 53.967393, -10.195688
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