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Dunmanus Bay lies between Mizen Head to the south and Sheep’s Head to the north with the village of Durrus at the head of the bay.

On the bay’s eastern shore are the ruins of Dunmanus Castle, while to the south, Dunlough Castle stands atop the cliffs at the northern perch of the Mizen peninsula.

Both built by the O’Mahony clan, Dunlough Castle was built in 1207, while Dunmanus Castle was built in 1430.

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