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Despite Cork CC's claims of an "ample carpark", we could not find a space. Three were about 20 campervans taking up car parking spaces - really they should have there own special park.
So, after a tedious 2 hour drive to get there (with 4...More
The cable car is definitely worth a visit if you are in the area. It is an experience you wouldn't get anywhere else. It looks a bit daunting and scary but is secure. I have been visiting this part of West Cork for many years...More
We had arrived in Ireland late the night before but I was determined to go to Dursey on the Sunday as it was the last day of the annual festival. Dull and drizzle weather but glad we made the effort, had to wait for lunchtime...More
We enjoyed the journey on the Cable Car. Although I am not to sure how safe it is.
When visiting the island bring a bite to eat and a Sandwich. All in all a well worth while trip. although we had glorious sunshine dont forget...More
My friend and I went up to Dursey Island from youghal during the week. We had an absolutely amazing time.
The cable car was terrifying yet exhilarating and once on the island you get this sense that the people living there know how to live...More
The area is beautiful. The cable car is a bit expensive at 10 euros and they only take cash. So we crossed the fence and took the walk to Garnish. Fantastic views. You can see the Skellig Islands in the distance. The rocky cliffs have...More
Dursey Island Cable Car doesn't look safe but it works. Definitely an experience if you feel a bit adventurous. In any case this is the best way to reach the island which deserves a visit if you are in the area. Get your hiking gear...More
We came here on a dull and misty rainy day in Cork (a common occurrence unfortunately) but the group were adamant they wanted to go on the cable car, (well 7 out of the 10) and as luck would have it 6/7 is the maximum...More
The locals seemed unfazed by the storm and the cable car was running despite some pretty blustery wind. The island itself is stunning with some lovely walks and views. It’s not as uninhabited as we thought, as there are farms on the island, but no...More