Ballydonegan

On the Beara peninsula and a lovely bay called Ballydonegan, just south of the village of Allihies, the Anglicised name for Na hAilichí which translates as The Cliffs. The village was once the largest copper producing area in Europe and a ruined mine building towers above it beckoning me in the morning. In the distance is the 386m high Miskish Mountain which also looks so inviting.

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