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Donegal Coast One Day Self-Guided E-Bike Tour
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Donegal Coast One Day Self-Guided E-Bike Tour

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Cycle the Donegal Coast on an e-bike that makes hills easy, and explore a route with towering cliffs, hidden bays, and beautiful headlands. It’s a self-guided tour, so there’s no fixed schedule and no group to keep pace with. That means plenty of time to stop along the way, explore road-side sights, and snap photos. Turn-by-turn directions ensure simple navigation and a stress-free day.
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steve j wrote a review Sep. 2020
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Recently visited this lovely part of the Country and was amazed at how beautiful it is. Though there is limited parking and a lot of cars are parked on the verge leading up to the top of the hill, it should not detract from visiting the site. At the top of the hill site, there is parking for disabled (about 3 bays) and there are toilets. The toilets are kept clean by staff on a regular basis. but please respect the next person using them. There are pathways cutting along the cliff tops but far enough back for those with a queezy stomach. Stick to the paths and you will be fine. The scenery is magiificent and was used I believe in Game of Thrones but what scene, I do not know. Along the pathway, there is a place for Children or Adults to create a stone pile (see pics) No need for hiking boots but sensible shoes/trainers will do. My tip is to take some sandwiches and a drink with you and enjoy the views. In addition, leave your car at the bottom of the hill along the road and walk up. Your heart will thank you for it providing it's relatively healthy in the first place. Go visit. It's worth it just for the views.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Irish_Lights_Up wrote a review Sep. 2020
Dublin, Ireland106 contributions17 helpful votes
The views are amazing but the place is badly in need some TLC. Compared with Mizen Head, it’s a disaster: not enough parking, toilet facilities and no shelter. The layout is poor and the signing is minimal. Mizen Head has been 30 years in the making but they really need to wake up and at least try and make Malin Head a bit more visitor friendly.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Mark wrote a review Aug. 2020
Sligo, Ireland162 contributions35 helpful votes
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Well worth visiting Ireland's most northerly point. At the head there are toilet facilities and a mobile coffee shop. It was a wet morning when we visited I'm sure the views are excellent of a clear day. We stopped at the cursority shop just before it, worth a visit. The evening before we drove up to Malin Head, we took a boat trip from Culdaff up to Malin Head to see if from the water. It's much more impressive to see it this way. We went with a business called "Inishowen Boating", you can find them on facebook, they are not listed here on trip advisor.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Kar8014 wrote a review Aug. 2020
Dublin, Ireland91 contributions7 helpful votes
The views on a clear day are just amazing. It's a must see if visiting this part of the world! Theres a trail to walk and a place to get hot drinks.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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COTTONEYEDDJ wrote a review Aug. 2020
County Cork, Ireland1,578 contributions126 helpful votes
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Malin head is the most northerly point in Ireland and is a must do on the wild atlantic way.It's well worth the drive up to see it.At the top the views are great looking out on the coastline and ocean.There is a great cup of tea to be had at the Caffe banda .This is a mobile bakery & coffee shop at the top.On the way down give a call to the curiosity shop.Some very interesting stuff on offer.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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