Birds Eye Donegal Video's 2016

This is a selection of videos that we have made using the DJI Inspire 1 and DJI Mavic Pro quad copters during 2016

Birds Eye Views Around Donegal
Birds eye views of some beautiful places to visit this year along the Wild Atlantic Way when you come to visit Donegal. There is plenty to
see and do. We look forward to seeing you. Come visit soon.
Donegal named coolest place on planet by National Geographic
The full videos can be seen below.

Birds Eye Views of Inishowen
If you are planning a trip to Visit Inishowen Co. Donegal following the Wild Atlantic Way you will find this video interesting as all the places shown are in Inishowen and only a very short distance from each other.
Birds Eye Views of Inishowen

Bambas Crown to Hells Hole in Under 2 Minutes
Malin Head is Ireland's most northerly point. As you round the head, the road climbs to a viewpoint and continues on to a 19th century signal tower, which marks Bamba's Crown. From here, you could take a walk along the cliff top path to Hell's Hole, a subterranean cavern

Fintragh Bay (Bá Fhionntrá) Donegal
A stunning sandy beach nestled within Fintra Bay, 5km from Killybegs on the south West coast of County Donegal. This sheltered beach stretching 1km has excellent views to the coast with Drumanoo Head, Inishduff Island and Muchros Head visible.

Slieve League by Boat
An alternative way of viewing the breath taking landscape of the Slieve League (Sliabh Liag) cliffs is by boat. The boat goes close to the shore so that visitors can appreciate the spectacular sights.
Sometimes the boats are joined by wildlife like dolphins, whales, seals, and in May and June you can often see basking sharks feeding on the plankton. There is also a wide range of bird life that can be seen nesting and hunting.
Did you ever dream of swimming at the foot of the Sliabh Liag Cliffs well now you can.
Try something different on your trip along the Wild Atlantic Way. Well worth a trip.

Malainn Bhig (Malinbeg) Donegal
Malainn Bhig also known as Malinbeg is a secluded bay visible from the Silver Strand beach. Dramatised by the surrounding high, horse shoe shaped cliffs. The Bay is accessed by a steeply sloping series of steps. The headland on the Western side of the Bay presents the remains of fortifications beyond which Rathlinn O’Birne Island is just visible. The headland to the south east rises, parallel with the coastline to the top of Sliabh Liag Mountain (6km) creating exceptional views.

Portnoo Beach a Birds Eye View
An extensive sandy beach in a rural environment. The beach is backed by an extensive sand dune system with a well defined primary dune ridge.The coastal area here is a designated Natural Heritage Area (NHA) exhibiting a highly diverse range of both coastal and terrestrial habitats.

Glengesh Pass (Malaidh Ghleann Gheis) Donegal
Malaidh Ghleann Gheis is a high pass with elevated views over Loughros Beg Bay, framed (North and South) between the steep sided Ghleann Gheis and Mulmosog mountains. The landscape is characterised by grassland for the most part broken up only by managed woodland.

Cionn Mhucrois (Muckros Head) Donegal
Discovery point set at the tip of a headland returning inland toward Mhucrois. The landscape is typified at this point by steeply falling hillside grassland and large groups of ferns. Beyond to the south east there is an immediate bay with trá na nglór beach. The view extends to CIonn Mhucrois and beyond to Inishduff Island. In the distance there are spectacular views across to Donegal Bay and to counties Leitrim, Sligo and Mayo.

Killybegs Harbour Donegal
Killybegs Harbour is located in County Donegal , on the North West coast of Ireland . Its position, at the tip of a deep fjord-like inlet, makes it one of the safest, most sheltered, deep-water harbours on the Irish coast.

Glencolmcille Folk Village Donegal
The Folk Village Museum is a cluster of several small cottages, called a ‘clachan’, perched on a hillside overlooking the sandy curve of Glen Bay Beach in the Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking area) of South West Donegal. Designed, built and maintained by the local people, the Folk Village is one of Ireland's best living-history museums.

Slieve League. Donegal
Slieve League a tall mountain of nearly 2000 feet, precipitous on its northern side, has been devoured by the sea till the southern face forms a precipice likewise, descending on this side right into the Atlantic from the long knife-edge which forms the summit. The northern precipice, which drops 1500 feet into the coomb surrounding the Little Lough Agh, harbours the majority of the alpine plants of Slieve League, the most varied group of alpines to be found anywhere in Donegal.
Swooping down from the mountain of Slieve League, the cliffs are among the highest sea cliffs in Europe. From the highest point on the cliffs, it’s a staggering 609m (1,998 feet) drop into the swirling Atlantic Ocean below.

EIRE 80 at Malin Head (Banbas Crown)
From 1942-1943, a large number of signs also known as The EIRE signs, EIRE markings or the Neutrality Signs were placed along the Irish coast to tell pilots where they were. Malin Head was number 80

Look Out Post & EIRE Sign 81 at Glengad Head Inishowen.

Look Out Post 82 and EIRE Sign Inishowen Head.

Thatched Cottage Being Renovated in Carndonagh
Not so many thatched cottage are being renovated these days and it was nice to be able to capture a little footage of one being re thatched.
Thatcher is Brian Lafferty

Inish Tractor Run Malin Head 2016
This the 3rd year of the Inish Tractor Run around Inishowen, Almost 100 tractors left the tower to travel the highways & Byways of Inishowen. Raising money this year for the Donegal Galway Cancer Bus Charity Good And New and Spraoi agus Spórt. Well done all who took part and attended.

De Ronde van Cork Cycling Club Malin Head 05-06-2016
De Ronde van Cork Cycling Club arrive at Malin Head. Well done all.

Swan Park Buncrana
Swan Park occupies a delightful riverside site on the edge of Buncrana. A linear Park it follows the course of the River Crana from Wilson’s Bridge at its north-eastern extremity to the point where a small stream, crossed by a miniature hump back bridge, joins the Crana. The Park is a little over a quarter of a mile long and is nowhere wider than forty yards.

Malin Head Star Wars VIII Area Security
Malin Head, Donegal. Ireland Star Wars VIII shoot is secret, with locals and landowners sworn to keep it that way, and access to the beauty spot has been closed during the filming.

Star Wars VIII Film Set Leaving Malin Head
After many weeks of preparation and 3 days filming the Star Wars VIII team are sadly leaving Malin Head. It was a pleasure having you here.

Bar Wars Farrens Malin Head. Star Wars VIII
Last night after the late evening Star Wars shooting at Malin Head the Storm Troopers went looking for the nearest bar for a well-earned Guinness. Sadly, to late as every bar was closed. Well not for them.

The Sacred Heart Church Carndonagh
Built on Barrack Hill in 1945 The Church of the Sacred Heart dominates the local landscape and can be seen from approach roads on entering Carndonagh.
The Christian tradition in the area has roots stretching back 1,500 years to the arrival of St. Patrick.

Spectacular Birds Eye Views Around Inishowen
Stunning Birds Eye Views of places to visit when you are in or visiting Inishowen Co. Donegal

Potato Collecting by Tractor
Interesting View of potato harvesting by Tractor

Inishowen. Co. Donegal. A Birds Eye View
A Birds Eye Video Compilation of some of the interesting places in Inishowen Co. Donegal Ireland that we have filmed in 2014.
We have a lot more to see and film when weather allows
Inishowen. Co. Donegal. A Birds Eye View

above videos filmed by Peter Homer EI4JR & Tommy Browne EI2HXB  

Peter Homer (c) 2014/15/16


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