Magilligan point is a peninsula that lies in the northwest of County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, at the entrance of Lough Foyle. The name “Magilligan” comes from “MacGilligans country” which formed a major part of the barony of Keenaght and is situated within Causeway Coast and Glens district.

The Magilligan Point guards the mouth of Lough Foyle and is also home to Lough Foyle Ferry and Martello Tower which has been beautifully restored but is actually locked. Heading to this place means that you are willing to have a short walk by the beach in order to enjoy the good weather – according to when you are visiting 🙂 – or else to spot the bird and sea life.

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