Restoration works have been completed on the road to Ireland’s most northerly point and one of Inishowen’s top tourist attractions.
A spokesperson for Donegal County Council told the Journal how Restoration and Surface Dressing works were carried out on the road to Banbas Crown and parking areas last week.
These were undertaken as part of Donegal County Council’s Local Road Restoration Programme and the Wild Atlantic Way Discovery Points Improvements Scheme.
The works have now been completed.
The spokesperson said that loose chippings will be suction swept and signage removed “shortly.”
The works were welcomed by Donegal County Councillor Martin McDermott, who said he hoped they would form part of a bigger plan for the location.
He said: “It’s a job well done and looks very well.”