Melmore Head, Rosguill peninsula, County Donegal, Ireland
I went in search of the elusive “Murder Hole” beach alond the Wild Atlantic Way as I’ve searched several times before and failed, I finally located it by help of “Google Earth” as there are no paths, road nor signs to reach here and it requires a long hike over large sand dunes to reach. After some effort I can say that this has to be one of the most stunningly beautiful beaches i’ve ever set eyes on, with not a single person or building for miles around (other than a few foot prints) it’s in pristine untouched condition. Ireland still has its hidden gems for sure 🙂
I’ve asked countless people on why it has gained this undeserving name “Murder Hole” & heard so many different tales ranging from World War 2 soldiers to The Great Famine to a Murder Mystery hundreds of years old! I honestly still have no idea so if you have any information please feel free to add it below as I know a lot of people will be grateful on the truth of the “Murder Hole Beach“…..