Between the mountains & the sea
Glengarriff in West Cork offers a unique and sheltered haven on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.
Nestled beneath the grandeur of West Cork’s Caha mountains, and just a short hop from the islands in Bantry Bay, Glengarriff’s small and characterful village is the perfect base for you to relax and explore the south-west stretch of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way!
Glengarriff Nature Reserve
Enjoy waymarked trails in the sheltered glen that opens out into Glengarriff Harbour. Over some 300 hectares, you’ll see some of the best examples of oceanic sessile oak woodland in Ireland.
And there are lovely woodland paths, secluded pools, and stunning vistas across the bay just waiting to be discovered.
Keep up-to-date with Glengarriff’s news and events via our regular ezine!
Glengarriff’s 5 best views
Take in views of Glengarriff from the best vantage points!
The warmth of the Gulf Stream is matched only by the warmth of Glengarriff’s welcome” .
Get Active on Land and Sea
Make memories that will last a lifetime in Glengarriff on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.
Your Guide to Glengarriff
There are so many ways to find the relaxation and invigoration West Cork has to offer as you explore Glengarriff village and the Beara peninsula, as well as Bantry Bay and its stunning coastline. You’ll find world-class artisan food, great music and wonderful walking routes at our doorstep.
Why not check out our Visit Glengarriff events calendar?
It’s starting to fill up with details about everything that’s happening in and around Glengarriff over the coming months.