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Highest point of Ireland amazing views across Atlantic ocean. There is a gift van and coffee van at top. There is a walk along the cliff to hells hole. Wrap up as there is no shelter. The cliff walk is good. The toilets are modern,...More
The drive along the Wild Atlantic Way route to Malin Head, the most northerly point of Ireland, is truly fantastic. The scenery when you arrive will take your breath away. Wrap up well as it can be very breezy, but so worth coming up to...More
this spot is just brilliant, the views and scenery are beautiful. wee roads showing the water and coastline are amazing its worth a day out or even a week if you have the time. Could sit here all day just looking round me.
It's a long drive over tight country roads, but well worth the trip to the Northernmost tip of Ireland.The views of the ocean, shorelines and rural countryside from the top of Malin Head are stunning. Hiking trails from the top of the hill to the...More
Visited here while staying in and around Donegal and took an hours drive to Banba’s crown the Furthest Point North in the Republic Of Ireland
And it didn’t disappoint
Stunning views and really a must place to visit in Co.Donegal
There is a little Cafe...More
Malin Head is the very North of Ireland. It is worth going there to walk along the cliffs and enjoy the landscape. Strong wind and brave sea. You can try to identify the exact point were Star Wars 8 was recorded.
Drive right up to the tower at the top and enjoy the spectacular views over Ireland and the wild Atlantic way. If you have time, take the walk along to hells hole, just along the coast, an amazing chasm on the ocean. There are a...More
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If the weather is fine, a couple hours will allow you to enjoy a snack from the kiosk and to trek the road along the ridge. Parking was free along the small road leading up to the view point. Its tricky to reverse out... More
If the weather is fine, a couple hours will allow you to enjoy a snack from the kiosk and to trek the road along the ridge. Parking was free along the small road leading up to the view point. Its tricky to reverse out. Better to park low and hike up. If its rainy, you might just give it a miss as the path will become very rough and you won't have a few. Like being at the Clffs of Moher on a really wet day. Great if you like that kinda thing. Miserable if you don't :)