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Malin Beg, Donegal county, Ulster, Ireland photo
Malin Beg, Donegal county, Ulster

Malinbeg is renowned among the diving community for it's crystal clear and pollution free waters, making it a preferred location for a diving trip.

Many diving clubs set up base in Malinbeg, utilising it's small harbour and that of Teelin's several miles down the coast. All around the coast at Malinbeg and at the near-by Raithlin O Birne island are many documented diving sites and points of interest.

Glencolmkille is situated on the Slieve League Peninsula at the south-west point of Donegal, an area bounded on the south by the mountains of Slieve League and Leahan and on the north by Slieve Tooey, while to the west is the Atlantic Ocean. It is a place of tremendous natural beauty and changing colours, mountains, lakes, sea cliffs, beaches, such as Malin Beg, quite roads, stone walls and fuchsia bordered lanes. It is an ancient corner of Ireland witnessed by the sites of dwellings and the tombs of the Megalithic period and by the cross-inscribed stones of early Christianity.

SOURCE: Nutan, courtesy of Tourism Ireland.



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