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Superb Rental Accommodation – The Glandore Lookout is a location of 2 Apartments situated in the Village Square over looking the picturesque Harbour and one Cottage located directly overlooking the Glandore Harbour Pier
A word of welcome to walkers:
The walking opportunities around Glandore and the surrounding countryside are most enjoyable, and we have been talking for ages about having a walks book to help us share them with our guests and visitors. Tom Phelan helped us with this objective
Drombeg Standing Stone Circle – A short distance from Glandore is the Drombeg Standing Stone historical site, this walk which offers you 2 options is probably the easiest of the walks to start in Glandore and begin to explore the surrounding countryside
A Stroll through Glandore – This is probably the easiest walk through Glandore, where you will get to view the Harbour from a high and low elevation
Union Hall and Lough Clochar – probably the longest walk so far and it has the short and longer options. The shorted of the walks will take about 1.5 to 2 hours the longer version will be up to 3hours
Coast and Country – Another delightful walk that offers 2 routes, one of which follows the estuary, so if you can plan it try this walk on a full tide, but if you can’t it still offers great value.
Loch Hyne – This walk is a short drive from Glandore towards Skibereen, Loch Hyne connects directly to the sea by a very narrow channel, which by a geological quirk, is below High Tide and above low tide
Rineen Woods – A simple out and back walk but you have to drive a short distance to Union Hall to start this walk.
Glandore a bit of Everything – A marvelous 16 Km walk that should take you about 3.5 hrs. Takes you out to Tra Long and then Goats head before returning to Glandore.