Loughshinny, Co Dublin

Loughshinny, Co Dublin - Dublin's Wild Landscape
Loughshinny is a fascinating spot in north Co Dublin with a millennia of curiosities to entice an enquiring visitor...

...hidden caves and dramatic Carboniferous rock folds can be seen in the nearby cliffs; while on the headland across the beach are the remains of an Iron Age fort. Some artefacts have been found there suggesting the Romans had a notion to invade Dublin - so a Martello Tower was later built there in case Napoleon had the same idea!

The Night Ferry Passes Howth Head, Dublin

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