Paradise for surfers
In the northwest of Ireland, in Sligo, we find this marvelous natural phenomenon, Streedagh Point, which forms a sandy, nearly 5km long peninsula, a paradise for surfers in every weather. The only thing that can overcome the trip is the high tide. The peninsula is just a few meters above ground, and if the tide rises or the sea is a lot of fun, it will flood the only driveway to this „endless“ beach.
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