Donegal Bay Scenic Drive is a 33.2 mile point-to-point trail located near Donegal, Donegal, Ireland. Starting in Muff, County Donegal - the start/finish point of the Wild Atlantic Way touring route, depending on which direction you choose to travel it - take the R238 northwards along the western shoreline of Lough Foyle to Greencastle and follow the coast around to Kinnagoe Bay enjoying the superb views of valleys, moorlands and the Atlantic Ocean as you go. Continue westward to Malin Head, the most northerly Signature Point on the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland’s most northerly point overall. This spectacular headland is also known as Banba’s Crown. For the adventurous walker nearby are the ‘wee house of Malin’ and also the rock formation known as ‘hell's hole’. Drive on around the Malin Head coastline on the R242 and R238, enjoying the stunning Atlantic seascapes and views from Lough Swilly to Fanad Head, another Signature Point, as you travel southwards through the Gap of Mamore before entering Buncrana. Form Buncrana follow the sign for Letterkenny but be sure to stop off at beautiful Lisfannon Beach if time allows.
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