Watching the sunset at Malin Head is highly recommended if you are in the area. As this is Ireland’s most northerly point you’ve a direct view of the sunset over the Atlantic. Malin Head is also know as Banba’s Crown. In Irish Mythology Banba is a patron goddess of Ireland.
Inishowen Lighthouse, known locally as Stroove lighthouse, was built in 1837 to protect the busy shipping lane at the entrance of Lough Foyle. The lighthouse is built on Dunagree Point which is 1km south of Inishowen head and serves to protect ships from Tuns Bank, a sandbank lying to the north east of Macgilligan’s Point. […]
One of my favourite past times is rock fishing, even if I don’t catch anything I’ve still got stunning views to enjoy.