59. Return to Inishowen Part 2
The road down to Ballyliffin Beach
The Ballyliffin Hotel was a good spot for lunch before descending to the beach.
A good safe and clean beach at Ballyliffin.
Yes, another overcrowded beach!
So, to beautiful Doagh Island with its lovely beaches and more coastal walking.
Trawbreaga Bay - The giant sand dunes of Lagg which started forming 5000 years ago!
All the cars and coaches parked up for lots of visitors to the Doagh Island Famine Museum on page03.
The small solitary tower of that remains of Carrickabraghy Castle on Doagh Isle.
Looking out across Pollan Bay.
Looking inland from the north end of Doagh Isle.
Nothing but the Atlantic Ocean to the west of Doagh Island and a last view before heading back to the Lough Swilly Ferry at Buncrana.
The ferry from Rathmullan coming in on an atmospheric evening over Lough Swilly ...
... and a very pleasant cruise back over to Rathmullan despite the 'threatening' weather system which subsided with precipitation!
and so bye bye Buncrana and Inishowen and back to our holiday house in Rathmullan.
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