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Ireland’s Most Northerly Point


As you make your way around the 100-mile circuit of the scenic Inishowen peninsula, you will fi nd many attractions and distractions on the journey to Ireland’s most northerly point, Malin Head. Catch a cloudless evening and you may be enchanted by a night sky display of the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis). The celestial light show, with its ghostly, wispy rays of dancing colours has been seen hanging like a fl uorescent curtain over Malin Head — what better reason to go than to witness this astonishing sight. Those with an interest in military history will want to visit Fort Dunree Military Museum near Buncrana. Further along, Doagh Famine Village, an outdoor museum, provides a thought-provoking look at the area’s history from the tragedic famine in the 1840s up until the present day.


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