A new study has named Sheep's Head Peninsula in County Cork as the best coastal walk in Ireland. 

The study, commissioned by betting company Betway, ranked Ireland's best coastal walks based on Google ratings, TripAdvisor scores, and Instagram hashtags. 

Sheep's Head Peninsula, an unspoiled and peaceful peninsula between Bantry Bay and Dunmanus Bay in Cork, was voted as the best coastal walk in the country, followed by the majestic Silver Strand in County Donegal.

Dunmanus Bay in Cork.

Dunmanus Bay in Cork.

The horse-shoe-shaped beach is situated at Malin Beg, near Glencolmcille in southwest Donegal and offers stunning views of the Atlantic coast. 

The famous Cliffs of Moher in County Clare were in joint-third on the list alongside the stunning Howth Cliff Walk in County Dublin and the Wild Atlantic Way West coastal route in County Donegal. 

A walk through the grounds of the glorious Malahide Castle in North Dublin placed in sixth on the list, followed by a climb to the summit of the majestic Slieve League seacliffs in Donegal, the tallest seacliffs in Europe. 

Curracloe Beach in County Wexford, which was famously used to film the Normandy Landings in "Saving Private Ryan", placed eighth on the recently published list, followed by Murlough Bay in County Antrim and Keem Beach on Achill Island in joint-ninth. 

Curracloe Beach in County Wexford.

Curracloe Beach in County Wexford.

Keem Beach, which was used to film parts of Martin McDonagh's Oscar-nominated "The Banshees of Inisherin", has been frequently named among the most picturesque beaches in Europe. 

Fanore Beach in County Clare, Enniscrone Beach in County Sligo, and White Strand in County Clare were other Irish beaches to feature in the list. 

Meanwhile, the Dursey Island Loop Walk and the Ballycotton Cliffwalk (both in County Cork) also featured on the list, joining the Bray to Greystones Cliffwalk in County Wicklow. 

A walk in the coastal town of Skerries in North Dublin completed the list.