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The village of Mullaghmore is a favourite holiday destination boasting great surf and dominated by the monolithic shape of majestic Ben Bulben Mountain.


Known as the ‘Great Summit’, Mullaghmore is a popular seaside resort regarded as one of the best surfing destinations in the world. The magnificent waves are generated by a complex weather system nick named “The Viking Storm” and in 2012 surfers from all over the world rode waves up to 15 metres (49 ft) high off Mullaghmore Head.

Mullaghmore beach stretches as far as the eye can see and is safe for swimmers and water sports enthusiasts.

The local Classieblawn Castle, a baronial style house standing on the peninsula dominates the landscape, is steeped in history and the local stories still fascinate.

There is a small picturesque 19th century harbour in the centre of the village where sailing boats come and go. Book a trip to nearby Inishmurray Island. Or simply watch the boats as you sit and relax over a drink or cup of coffee.

You won’t get fresher food than the local seafood dishes on offer in Mullaghmore - straight from the harbour to kitchen in a matter of minutes, the flavours flow!

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