Enter Malin Head along the west side of the Wild Atlantic Way’s Inishowen Peninsula and continue to the tip called Banba’s Crown (named after a mythical Irish queen). "The Tower", as it’s known locally, was built by the British Admiralty in 1805 as a Napoleonic lookout to help defend against possible French attack
Also on Banba’s Crown are old WWII lookout posts, which were used by the Irish forces to prevent violation of the country’s neutrality. These days, though, you’re more likely to spot dolphins and the Northern Lights/Aurora Borealis from the vantage point.
No visit to Banbas Crown would be complete with a Visit to Caffe Banba, Coffee, Hot Chocolate and fantastic cakes - not to be missed !!
Ballyliffin Golf Club
Ballyliffin Golf Club, consists of two outstanding, contrasting links courses and 36 wonderful holes make up one of the finest golf resorts to be found anywhere in the world. The expansive panoramic views of countryside, coastline and ocean savoured by these magnificent links course will not easily be forgotten.
For centuries countless visitors have marvelled at the majesty and mystery of the Giants Causeway. At the heart of one of Europe's most magnificent coastlines its unique rock formations have, for millions of years, stood as a natural rampart against the unbridled ferocity of Atlantic storms. The rugged symmetry of the columns never fails to intrigue and inspire our visitors. To stroll on the Giants Causeway is to voyage back in time.