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My wife and I drove the coastal road (R238/242) around the Inishowen Peninsula in early May. The area played a major role in early transatlantic communication. Malin Head is the northern-most point in Ireland. On a clear day, it has incredible vistas of Inishtrahull Sound....More
A place that is famous to those that remember the radio shipping forecasts! It is also another great place for coast views over to Scotland (weather permitting). Parking space is very limited, so our advice is to arrive early and enjoy the scene ahead of...More
It is the most Northern point in Ireland The view over the dramatic coastline and crashing waves is a must see. There are several paths that you can follow, which some are quite steep. Well worth the visit
While visiting the Inishowen Peninsula recently, of course we had to visit Ireland's most northerly point. We were blessed with the weather, beautiful blue skies and wow what views, they really do take your breath away. There's a wee coffee cart at the top and...More
We were pretty pleased with the clear weather when we reached Malin Head. Fantastic sweeping views were on offer. Also clearly evident down on a flat level below the tower site was the restored Eire’ sign, with the lookout post number ‘80’ . The original...More
Well worth the scenic drive to Ireland’s northernmost point; which isn’t in Northern Ireland funnily enough. The sun was shining but we had the most bitter gale force winds blowing. This didn’t prevent me from taking some beautiful photos. Just hold tightly to that camera.
Visited here on Monday and were blessed with blue skies though it was still extremely windy. Beautiful scenery and would highly recommend a visit. Limited parking. 3 portaloos available. Nowhere at Malin Head for a coffee. Nearest place is back towards Malin or beyond. Delighted...More
We go up very often and there is a bit of work going on at the moment. It has changed a lot over the years and has benfitted from some walks that have been put in to the point. But its much much busier than...More
Visited here on a cold wet and windy Easter Monday! Fantastic place to visit but we were limited because of the very bad weather! This did not stop us going to the top of Ireland! Nearly got blown away as the wind was ferocious! Would...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 :)