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5 bedroom detached villa with magnificent Atlantic views. Stay where the cast & crew of Star Wars filmed and relaxed. Solid pine flooring throughout; oil central heating; all mod cons; gas open fire; seconds from local beach. Flat screen TVs; digital satellite/cable TV; FREE WIFI. A key location on Wild Atlantic Way; 2km from friendly local pubs & restaurant. Excellent fishing below cottage. Lobster, crab & fish for sale nearby. World class diving and world top ten golf links at Ballyliffin.
Five double bedrooms. Kitchen and lining room / diner. Terrace and Gardens. Unrivalled views over Strawbreaga Bay to Glashedy Island and Fanad Head.
Malin Head, in County Donegal, is renowned for its rugged coastal landscape and attractive beaches. The area is steeped in history and folklore. Malin Head is an area for all tastes, including walking, fishing, swimming, photography, studying rock formations or rare flora and it is close to Inishowen’s splendid golf courses. Discover some of the largest sand dunes in Europe once you enter the Malin Head area via the coastal road, along the north of Trawbreaga Bay at Lagg. Discover some of the largest sand dunes in Europe at the famous Five Finger Strand from Knockamany Bens. At low tide, see if you can spot the wreck of the Twilight, which sank in 1889 on its voyage to Derry. The circuit of the head will take you past the radio station, built in 1910, and round the coast to Banba’s Crown, the northern tip of Ireland. Here, a tall derelict building known locally as The Tower, was constructed in 1805 by the Admiralty and later used as a Lloyds signal station which served as a most important news link connecting America and Europe. From Banba's Crown, Inishtrahull Island and its nearly two hundred year old lighthouse can be seen to the north east and further out ot the east on a clear day you can see the Scottish Hills. At this point you can picnic on the very last headland before Greenland. On a clear day you can see Tory Island to the west. It is also a perfect starting point for a ramble along the cliffs to Hell’s Hole, a remarkable subterranean cavern 250 feet long and 8 feet wide, into which the tide rushes with great force. Nearby is a picturesque natural arch called the Devil’s Bridge.
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Malin Head, County Donegal, Irlanda