Kilmichael Point Reserve

Kilmichael Point Reserve


Kilmichael Point Reserve


Kilmichael Point Reserve is an undeveloped headland and special area of conservation near Kilpatrick beach in north east County Wexford, Ireland.

The area may be an ideal filming location for scenes that need an unspoilt coastal location. The location has some dramatic cliffs, interesting coastal features, and even some ruined buildings. The whole area is covered by wild, untouched grasses.

Also on the reserve are the Kilmichael Point Ruins. The location overlooks overlooks Kilpatrick Beach. As of 2022, a herd of native cows occupies the lands of the reserve. So the landowner is restricting access due to the danger posed to visitors.

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See up to date information on the reserve’s facebook page here.

Dimensions: the cliffs are around 900m long. The grassy area is around 200m by 900m.

Parking: ~15 spaces near the entrance to the reserve.

Nearest town: Gorey, 15km away.

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Photographer: Gordon Wycherly


Kilmichael Point Reserve, Kilmichael, Castletown, Co. Wexford, Ireland

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