Looks a bit smeggy in the cove. Rest of the water looks fabulous. I can remember swimming at Anchor bay years ago.
10.05.18. 47 People looking at a black nightime screen!
I last visited Pop-Eye village back in the 1990's or just after the turn of the century. I suspect it's a fair bit more expensive to get in now. It does look really quaint I have to say even if it sadly has been allowed to run down over the years.
Picturesque village, reminded me of a small town in Poland called Karpaz or Carpaz, with the little houses and their roof shapes and colors, although it has nothing to do with each other. This is lovely !!
Well put Sam, I agree with most of what you said. Although I use only one name, I say what I feel even though some people might disagree that is their prerogative. I personally have visited this village many times since it was opened after the filming and on a yearly basis seen its detiriation and ruin over that period. Unfortunately (in my view) they have ruined what was once a great tourist attraction.
6may18--Charley Conway, Most all viewers do totally EnJoy EnJoy the 'live-cams' . Tens of thousands of people/viewers find out about travel destinations through SkylineWebcams. Of those thousands, few post comments or upload images into the 'photos' libraries. Of the dozens that do comment most are complimentary. Then you have the inevitable few who get kicks from humourless trolling and baiting. Some use several screen names to try to instigate and incite and controversy.
Hello Chas'. I agree it is a nice view, although with a little more though it could be a great view. There is a great deal of a difference between whinging and passing comment though. Looking at the angle it isn't showing even half of the set, but then, as that half is almost derelict, that's for the better.
It's Charley! and in viewing all the stunning cams people just seem to whinge about them instead of saying thank you for this view
We used to go swimming in Anchor Bay back in the early 1960s, long before Popeye Village was constructed. I visited the Village in 1985, and there was no charge - went back in 2010 and they wanted me to pay €10 to look at a derelict film set!
Wow our favourite place thank you great view x
DJB, yes that's where I meant. We always park over there when visiting as the village is nothing like it used to be. Last time we were there they had even closed the gift shop and café was gone. :-( Charlie, Take a chill pill and lighten up, ever heard of humour?
why do people have to complain? why can't you just enjoy what you see
Les I was thinking of the other side of the bay where the car park is .
DJB, only a couple of extra feet.