Abandoned copper mine engine house above Allihies village Langite, a copper sulfate, from Mountain Mine, Allihies.
Allihies is a coastal parish in the west of County Cork, Ireland. The largest village in the parish is Cluin, but is often mistakenly referred to by the name of the surrounding parish. Allihies Parish is located on the western tip of the BÃ©ara Peninsula and stretches between Cod's Head to the North West and Dursey Island to the South West. Allihies is the furthest village in Ireland from the capital, Dublin, some 394 km away by road.
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Upcoming major events in Allihies:
Allihies, Beara, West Cork, Ireland
Museum dedicated to the history of the copper mines in the Allihies area.
Allihies Beara, Cork City, Co. Cork