Tor Head, Historical Landmark of Ireland, was important in the 1800s for recording the passage of transatlantic ships, relaying the information back to Lloyds of London. It was often the last hope for Scottish clans beckoning aid from allies in Argyllshire. Take this rugged coast road, enjoy spectacular views over

the Mull of Kintyre, see crashing waves. Historical intrigue are reasons why you should make this detour from the A2 Coastal Route. The walls and ruins of Altagore cashel, little north of Cushendun, date back to the sixth century. Long before the early Christian church and Irish clans came here, the headland was already remarkable. Torr Head is also an excellent example of metamorphosed limestone and indicative of volcanic rock sequences in Ireland and Scotland.

Unnamed Road , BT54 6RQ, Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο
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