Doonagore Castle, Doolin, Ireland

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Doonagore castle, Doolin, Ireland
Doonagore Castle is situated on a hill about half way between the village of Doolin, Ireland and the Cliffs of Moher on the County Clare coast. The castle is a round tower house with a small courtyard enclosed by a defensive wall. With its elevated position overlooking Doolin Point, the castle serves as a navigational landmark for boats approaching Doolin Pier.

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  1. I must have a dozen pictures of Doonagore. The place fascinates me (and it’s a great subject for a sunset picture. One of my favorite sights (and sites) in Doolin.

    Been there many times and it gets better each time. Some things change but the people of Doolin remain the most hospitable I’ve known.

      Doonagore is definitely a photogenic castle! Doolin is a lovely town- I always look forward to going back. Thanks so much for the comment, Bill!

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