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We took the road down to the lighthouse while touring in the area, and were glad that we did. It is such a beautiful place to visit - with the "derelict" lighthouse at the end of a long long road, and not many passing places....More
Quiet spot with a scienic drive with the sea on both sides of it to a nice small beach. Nice visit if your in the area in a rural setting. There is a lighthouse at the end of the road but there was signs up...More
The longest Peninsula in Ireland? Single track road - rutted in places - and NO passing places along the final mile - and only spaces for four cars in the small car park at the light-house end!
Be prepared to reverse back and park "off-road"...More
I spent some time in St. John's Point in Donegal Ireland and cannot believe the peace and beauty that is found on that small peninsula. Everything is in harmony; the rolling hills, the sheep, the homes, the wind blown trees and the sea. This was...More
A narrow, winding road past a beach and through pastures ends with the lighthouse. The journey was much better than the lighthouse for us. We asked locals about driving over the pasture road and were told it was okay, "just don't let the alligators bite...More
Well worth the spin out for the panoramic views of Donegal bay. On a clear day the coastline of counties Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal can be enjoyed from the one spot. There is also a gem of a small beach for anyone interested in...More