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Timeless Trá Mór


Tramore Beach, Horn Head Peninsula, Dunfanaghy, County Donegal, Ireland
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Tramore Beach, Horn Head Peninsula, Dunfanaghy, County Donegal, Ireland
The name ‘Tramore’ in Gaelic Trá Mór translates to ‘Big Beach’ so nothing too mystical 😄 but indeed very accurate! as this sandy cove stretches 2km across the stunning Donegal coast.
What I enjoyed almost as much as strolling along this sandy paradise was the actual walk to reach it. Starting off through a little woodland and following a winding path until greeted with a vast plain of grassy sand dunes (Lurgabrack Dunes) which stretched for miles. These dunes are carpeted in scented wildflowers and brimming with many butterfly, bird & bee species. On the final stretch they show a commanding view over Tory Island on the horizon which is timeless.
On this beautiful evening I patiently watched the sea mist and clouds for several hours, which showed no signs of rising or retreating. Never have I witnessed clouds lay so low over the ocean for so long before. I knew if there was a vibrant sunset then the light may reflect off the low-lying cloud tops, hopefully giving an ethereal look to the surrounding landscape.
I love to let my mind wander free and can just imagine the mythical lost kingdom of Tír na nÓg resting nearby under these calm Atlantic waters 🌊

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