Driving on we headed for the last destination of the loop and perhaps my personal favourite spot on the Wexford coast, Duncannon. Duncannon, on the West side of the Hook Peninsula is very much a typical Irish fishing village with a harbour, lighthouse, fort, a beach with unassuming café, a chip shop across the road and rolling country behind. The mile long beach is wide and sandy, accessible by car and, while we were there in early May, partly covered by amazing rolling Atlantic seamist. The 16th Century fort sits on a rocky headland and includes a maritime museum, art gallery, café, craft centre and was used as a film set for the opening scenes of the remake of ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’. Sadly for us it doesn’t open until June. Still, I was left with a pleasing impression that we had found the ideal Famous Five Holiday destination complete with rock pools, loads to explore, miles of sandy picnic spots with heaps of tomatoes and lashings of ginger beer.