The area around north-east coast of Ireland is wonderful. I rented a car in Dublin and done a day trip from Dublin, the best option, as you can visit Brú na Bóinne on your way. But if you are planning to go to Ireland's most beautiful county, Donegal, you can carry on towards Derry and spend the night there before visiting the amazing scenery of Donegal and travel along the western seaboard of Ireland. Back to the bridge.....
From the car park, you first have a long walk up a dodgy path before you finally arrive at the bridge. When I first heard the price of the ticket, I wasn't going to bother. I resent being abused with prices. An extravagant £5.60 per person! This is just a small rope bridge over to a small rocky island with nothing on it. You can see the whole island in less than 5 mins. And the rope bridge is not even that old, just a reincarnation of a previous bridge. I wish I had listened to my original instincts.
Save your money and head west and south which are much more interesting......and most free or fair price.
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