Brow Head Ceann Bró

Brow Head is the southernmost point of the Irish mainland. A narrow road winds its way up to the cape, on its highest elevation lay the ruins of a former watch tower.
In westerly direction, surrounded by pastures and fields, one can explore a few ruined houses, which were abandonded a long time ago.


Brow Head is located 7,5 kilometres west of Goleen. Instead of following the Wild Atlantic Way to Crookhaven, turn off the road just before Galley Cove and follow the narrow road to Brow Head.



Wild Atlantic Way section