The Bridges of Ross are located a few miles west of Cross village along the coast road to Loop Head. The Bridges of Ross, a remarkable product of cliff erosion by the ocean. There were formerly two natural bridges at the entrance to an inlet, but the larger, and more impressive of the two, has been partially worn away, leaving only the thinner arch.
The spectacular cliff scenery on the road to Kilkee includes a column of rock, known as Bishop's island. On its summit are the ruins of an ancient oratory, which indicates that the column was part of the mainland at one time.
Further along are the ruins of Kilballyowen parish church, and Doondillroe, a promontory fort, is also in the vicinity.