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‘Kinnagoe Bay’


Inishowen Peninsula, County Donegal, Ireland
SKU: KINNAGOE BAY - 001 Categories: , , ,
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Inishowen Peninsula, County Donegal, Ireland
Kinnagoe Bay is an extremely secluded beach on Ireland’s northern tip. Locally famous for being the location of the wreck of the Spanish Armada ship “La Trinidad Valencera” which sank off this very cove on 16th September 1588. To this day pieces of this Spanish galleon can be found amongst these mysterious rocks & golden sands.
In my mind Kinnagoe is not unlike a beach straight from Thailand or New Zealand. Normally cliff slopes across Ireland are barren & rocky but this is where Kinnagoe stands unique. I think it’s the way on how this beach is carved tightly into the base of these steep rocky slopes, but mainly its how they are carpeted in dense lush fern, bushes & trees. So densely that there’s barely a gap between for a person to stand. There is only one entrance & exit to this secluded bay via a small snaking road.

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