Donaghadee Harbour and Lighthouse, Donaghadee

Harbour and lighthouse

Donaghadee, located on the Ards Peninsula, seven miles northeast of Newtownards along the Irish Sea coast, has a rich seagoing history. The town maintains a strong connection to the sea, attracting water enthusiasts, anglers, and those who appreciate seaside living. Donaghadee features numerous cafes, restaurants, and unique independent retailers. The town's harbor, constructed in the 1820s by John Rennie using Anglesea limestone from Wales, was once the main port of the province before the development of Belfast. Visitors can enjoy breathtaking views across the Irish Sea, with visibility extending to Scotland on clear days, just 20 miles away by sea.


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82 Moat St, Donaghadee BT21 0HF

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