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How had we never visited this place before?
I'll tell you why - it's hard to find.
That's no longer an excuse. If you find yourself in southern Donegal, you need to get here.
We approached from the coast road, where the views of the...More
Amazing to walk around, lay in the grass, swim, rock climb! The geology is impressive and if you are someone who appreciates the small wonders of the Earth it is a lovely place to spend a restful but playful chill day.
Visited Muckross Head Peninsula with partner and dogs on a crisp, cold January day and would highly recommend. Views are spectacular. Lovely walk. I would imagine sunsets in summer would be amazing! I will return for sure.
My first visit to Muckross Head Peninsula was in March 2014, early morning (daybreak) found me walking the Peninsula that is known for rock climbing and two beautiful beaches, one used for surfing, trá na nglór in Irish, or "beach of the noise, the other...More