Knockmealdown Mtns, the Vee & Sheep, County Waterford

Our first morning at breakfast, we sat near an English couple. They had mentioned that their previous day was spent along the southern coast. On their way back to Cashel, they drove along the ‘V’. So, as we were gathering information and heading towards Cork, we asked our hosts. They gave us basic directions and off we headed.

South of Cahir, off the major highway and expanding through two counties, is a scenic road call the Vee that meanders through the Knockmealdown Mountains . The is called the Vee due to the road’s switchback that looks like the letter ‘V’ on a map. It is absolutely stunning and I would highly recommend the drive. We drove the route twice. The first time we ended up with rain and very little sheep. Our second drive, we had some sunny skies and the sheep were out and about.

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