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All reviews achill island beautiful scenery sunny day weather forecast weather station black sod world war definitely worth a visit lovely drive mullet a real hidden gem memorial garden small fishing port lighthouse beaches views ireland
its a lighthouse and not one you can go inside however
the bay is of great historical significance since it was the start for many of their trip to America. There are lists of the ship and the passengers available either here or nearby on...More
We stay at Blacksod at Léim Saoír B&B when we visit this breathtaking part of the peninsula. Blacksod has the lighthouse which you can arrange to visit. It played an important part in World War Two. The harbour is a working one for fishing, there...More
I live about 3 miles from here the area is beautiful with the lighthouse sat right in the coast with the harbour next to it. The lighthouse has a special place in history as during WW2 the lighthouse keeper was contacted by allied forces in...More
Lovely drive out fresh sea air blowing in small beach with access near by. Located close by is o Raghailligh bar a real hidden gem were a warm welcome awaits you and hospitality you can not miss. Well worth a visit and lovely food and...More
Great views of Achill Island hills across the water, always varied depending on the weather. Good land/sea scapes for photographers. Beautiful scenic loop and standing stones sculpture when you turn left on leaving the lighthouse at Blacksod Bay.
Luckily we did this when the visibility was pretty good as the scenery is spectacular The drive from Belmullet passes through a couple of bays and we were all envious of the house owners in these locations The Blacksod lighthouse was closed but the views...More
My apologies to all in Blacksod for not having Ted Sweeney properly named by referring to him as Tim. Billy Scott of the Strand Hotel in Dugort always spoke very highly of the same Ted. Not letting this year pass without... More
My apologies to all in Blacksod for not having Ted Sweeney properly named by referring to him as Tim. Billy Scott of the Strand Hotel in Dugort always spoke very highly of the same Ted. Not letting this year pass without visiting Achill and Blacksod, without doubt the most beautiful part of Ireland in my opinion . Dan Lynch