Allihies is a coastal village and townland in west Cork. It is located on the western tip of the Béara Peninsula and stretches between Cod's Head to the North West and Dursey Island to the South West. Allihies is 394 km by road from Dublin making it the furthest village in Ireland from the capital. The area has a history of copper mining and now features a Copper Mine Museum. There are a number of B&B and holiday homes in the area, as well as a coffee shop, church, shop/filling station and pubs.