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    Faros de Irlanda

    Como isla, no es de extrañar que su costa esté salpicada de faros. Lo que sorprende son las historias de estas estructuras

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    Hook Head Lighthouse, County Wexford

    Hook Head Lighthouse, County Wexford

    At almost 800-years old, Hook Head has seen a thing or two. Named first in Lonely Planet’s Top 10 Flashiest Lighthouses list, records tell of a 5th century Welsh monk keeping a beacon lit on the peninsula here to warn sailors of possible shipwreck.

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    Do we have Hook Head and the tiny Crooke village (68km from Hook Head Lighthouse) to thank for the phrase 'By hook or by crook' (meaning something was done by any and all means necessary)? Some say we do. This is your chance to make the trip and decide for yourself.

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    Mizen Head, County Cork

    Mizen Head Lighthouse, County Cork

    Ireland’s most southerly point, Mizen Head on the Wild Atlantic Way is a place of extremes. Those extremes proved fatal when the SS Trada wrecked there in 1908. The resident lighthouse engineer and workmen saved 68 lives that day. Today, a high-sided bridge takes you to safely over thrashing seas to the signal station.

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    Treat yourself to lunch in Durrus (33.5km from Mizen Lighthouse), a miniature village home to the renowned Durrus cheese.

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    Blacksod Lighthouse, County Mayo

    Blacksod Lighthouse, County Mayo

    3 June, 1944. Inclement weather conditions are hampering Allied attempts to begin the D-Day landings. On 4 June, as Allied commanders absorb every available weather report, information arrives from a weather station on Ireland’s north west coast. Conditions, it says, are improving. The decision is made. Two days later the landings begin, and Blacksod Lighthouse, along with its attendant Edward 'Ted' Sweeney, becomes a tiny but influential footnote in 20th century history.

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    Metres from the Atlantic, the Céide Fields (61km from Blacksod) is – at 6,000-years-old – the oldest Stone Age ‘monument’ in the world. The thousands of acres of grassland include dwellings, tombs and field systems.

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    Fanad Lighthouse, County Donegal

    Fanad Head Lighthouse, County Donegal

    Built as a result of HMS Saldanha’s tragic wreckage (according to reports, only the ship’s parrot survived) in 1811, Fanad Lighthouse has saved countless lives since. Higher than the Eiffel Tower (according to locals!), the lighthouse sits on the western shore of the Fanad Head peninsula.

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    On the same peninsula, at Doaghbeg, the Great Arch is a stunning sea stack indented with a huge Atlantic-formed hole. Take a camera, take pictures.

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    Blackhead Lighthouse

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    Blackhead Lighthouse, County Antrim

    Sitting at the north shore of Belfast Lough, Blackhead's light would, in its time, have watched the likes of Titanic, Olympic and Britannic leave Belfast for open water. Today, thanks to the Irish Landmark Trust, the Lightkeeper’s House can be your accommodation on this north coast. If you do stay, keep your eyes peeled for the secret tunnel used by keepers as access between the light and the house during stormy weather.

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    Titanic Belfast (25.5km from Blackhead Lighthouse) in the eponymous city is a stunning interactive insight into the myth, and realities, of the ‘Ship of Dreams’

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    Rue Point Lighthouse, Rathlin Island

    Rathlin Island Lighthouses, County Antrim

    Mariners first requested a light on Rathlin Island in 1827. Today, there are three. It was in a cave under the West lighthouse that Robert the Bruce (King of Scots 1306-1329) is said to have learned the gift of perseverance from a tiny spider. Rue Point, an unmanned light, is the smallest of the trio at a modest 35 feet.

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    A colony of energetic seals at Mill Bay and the RSPB Seabird Centre (expect razorbills, puffins, kittiwakes among others) make Rathlin a busy spot for animal/bird lovers. Think those lighthouses are dramatic?

    Think those lighthouses are dramatic? The Wild Atlantic Way and the Causeway Coast have more where that came from.