Locations: Malin Head

Visitors should not miss Banba’s Crown, Malin Head. It is not just Ireland’s most northerly point, but an area of great scenic beauty and of historical, scientific and ecological importance. The circuit of the Head will take you past the Radio Station, built in 1910. Here a tall derelict building known locally as “The Tower” was built by British Admiralty in 1805 to defend against a possible French invasion during the Napoleonic wars. It was used later as a Lloyds Signal Station. During the Second World War, the small huts were built and used by our defence forces to keep a lookout and protect our neutrality. It is 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. Nearby is a picturesque natural arch which is known as Devil’s Bridge.
31st May to
2nd Jun

Coastal Rhythms Boutique Festival

Festivals , Music Events , What's On

We currently have 5 acts across the 3 days with more likely TBA. Local favorite Matthew Crampsey and member of [...]

15th Jun

Abba and Dolly Parton Tributes

Music Events , What's On

Abba and Dolly Parton Tributes

Music Events , What's On

1st Jun

Keltic Knights with support from Ricky Nixon

Music Events , What's On

Eggman Tours

Activities , History & Heritage , Tour Guides

Welcome to EggMan Tours, where we specialise in creating personalised and unforgettable experiences that cater to your every need. With [...]

The Northern Lights

Inishowen in Winter ,

Photos From Ireland Northern Lights – Aurora Borealis One of my passions I would even say its a photography addiction [...]

Hunting the Northern Lights

Inishowen in Winter ,

For centuries, many myths and legends have surrounded these mysterious lights but the bright, dancing illuminations of the ‘Aurora Borealis’, [...]

Wee House Of Malin

Heritage Trail , History & Heritage , Must Sees , See & Do , Trail Guides
Unnamed Road, Ballygorman, Co. Donegal, Ireland

GPS Co-ordinates: 55.368169, -7.317768 Directions: Situated 4km from the junction at Bree, travelling from Malin on the coast road continue, [...]

Malin Head Trail

See & Do , Trail Guides , Walking Trail
Malin Head, County Donegal, Ireland

Distance: 570m – 655m (one way) Time Needed: 20-30 mins (one way) Grading: Moderate: Height Gain: 150 metres Trail Surface: [...]

Sandrock Holiday Hostel

Hostels , Stay

Located at the sea front above a pier and slipway overlooking the headlands of Inishowen and Fanad Peninsulas. From the [...]

Whitestrand – Eco Friendly B&B

Guesthouses + B&Bs , Stay ,

Mary Houghton has been welcoming guests to Whitestrand Bed and Breakfast (B&B) and Self Catering at Malin Head, Inishowen for [...]

Farren’s Bar

Food & Drink , Pubs
Farren's Bar, Ballygorman, County Donegal, Ireland

Farren’s Bar is Ireland’s most Northerly pub. The Bar has been in the Farren Family for six generations since 1825! [...]

Seaview Tavern

Food & Drink , Pubs , Restaurants
THE SEAVIEW TAVERN, Ballygorman, Ballygorman, Malin Head, County Donegal, Ireland

Ireland’s most Northerly Licensed Restaurant along the magnificent Wild Atlantic Way. Our restaurant overlooks the North Atlantic and the local [...]

Knockamany Bens

Must Sees , See & Do
Knockamany Bens

The Lagg road to Malin Head takes the visitor along the shores of Trawbreaga Bay.The Bay is an area of [...]

Malin Head

Inishowen 100 , Must Sees , See & Do , WAW Discovery Points
Malin Head, County Donegal, Ireland

Malin Head is the location of Ireland’s most Northerly Point. It is a signature point for anyone doing a tour [...]

Northern Lights

Must Sees , See & Do
Malin Head, County Donegal, Ireland

As the most northerly point in Ireland, Inishowen is undoubtedly the best place on the island in which to witness [...]