Enjoy a walk on Whiddy Island and a delicious seafood lunch that celebrates the produce of Bantry Bay
The unique location of Whiddy Island – sheltered by the beautiful mountains of the Beara peninsula to the north and the Sheep’s Head peninsula to the south – makes this island a haven for wildlife and many species of birds.
A walk along the shoreline is a journey of discovery, with a profusion of rock pools to be explored along the way, and magnificent scenery all around. Delve into the interesting history of Whiddy Island while exploring the historical sites and ruins.
Join Island resident Tim O’Leary for a guided walking tour of the island. After the walk enjoy a delicious seafood lunch of smoked mackerel, mussels and brown bread prepared on the island.
LEAVING BANTRY PIER 11.30AM, RETURNING 4PM OR 6PM | €20 (inc ferry) BOOKING ESSENTIAL | 086 862 6734 | Saturday 15th September