Ireland’s most northerly point is set to join world landmarks in the ‘Global Greening’ this year. Donegal Tourism in conjunction with Donegal County Council www.donegal.ie plan to light up the spectacular landmark on the 16th and 17th of March. Malin head is one of the first points of interest along Irelands; Wild Atlantic Way www.grassroutes.ie/wild-atlantic-way/
- Malin Head is steeped in history and is of ecological significance to Ireland, the most northerly mainland point is Banba’s crown named after a mythical patron goddess of Ireland, and here stands a tower in existence since 1805.
- Malin Head is an ideal vantage point for sea bird watching, and several endangered species thrive there.
- It also has Ireland oldest rocks and the highest sand-dunes in europe.
For more information on Malin Head read about it on: http://www.discoverireland.ie/Arts-Culture-Heritage/malin-head/10851
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