The Cloghane/Brandon area is located on the northern tip of the Dingle Peninsula in the parish of Castlegregory. The two villages are set in a semicircle of mountain peaks and overlook beautiful Brandon Bay. There are many rivers, lakes, streams, and waterfalls, and the landscape varies from mountain pass to peak to bog-clad valley floor. This is a Gaeltacht region, where the Irish language is spoken by everyone, an area rich in language, music and dance. The area has an abundance of flora, with arctic alpines growing near the peaks of Mount Brandon, and many seaside flowers growing on the sandy shores of the bay. Cloghane/Brandon has received a Beatha Environmental Quality Award which shows that this area has an excellent environment.

 Activities in Cloghane

Game Fishing
Owenmore River


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