Roancarrig Bantry Bay
Roancarrig is the first of a new generation of Irish Lighthouses. The Commissioners of Irish Lights have designed a stainless steel tower with LED Light and 12 x 50W Solar Panels to replace the extensive Masonry Tower, Dwellings, Diesel Generators, and 100 Volt, 1,500 Watt filament lamp of the previous station. There has been a Lighthouse on Roancarrigmore at the Eastern Entrance to Castletownbere, County Cork, since 1847.
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Bantry is a beautiful and modern harbour town in West Cork, one of the most picturesque parts of Ireland.
It is located along the renowned Wild Atlantic Way touring route and is the perfect base from which to explore these stunning lands. The people here embrace visitors as one of their own, so don’t be surprised if locals strike up a conversation or wave hello to you as you drive past.
Adrian Cronin was born in Bantry, the Heart of West Cork. Having studied fisheries science in Tralee he then worked in Greece, Connemara & East Cork before returning to and settling down in Bantry. He married Caroline and 3 sons later they now own Bantry Photo Shop.
His love of nature and scenery can be seen in his photographic works.
If you call to the shop and he’s not there you can most likely find him on a hilltop or coastline with his trusty Canon camera in hand.