Ballycotton

Ballycotton is a coastal village in County Cork, Ireland, situated about 25 miles east of Cork city. It is a fishing village that sits on a rocky ledge overlooking Ballycotton Bay.

Just off the coast of Ballycotton lies Ballycotton Lighthouse, one of only two black lighthouses in all of Ireland. A must see, and a top visitor attraction, alongside the Ballycotton Cliff Walk, and the RNLB Mary Stanford, the only Irish lifeboat to receive a Gold Medal for a harrowing rescue that took place in February 1936

Ballycotton Cliff Walk

Ballycotton Cliff Walk

Rarities to be sighted along the Ballycotton cliffs include, Booted Warbler, Alpine Swift, Ivory Gull, Cory’s, Shearwaters, and Sabine’s Gulls.

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