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Spanish Armada Viewpoint
Louisburgh, Co. Mayo
Free to visit
Free car parking
Sunny days
The Spanish Armada Viewpoint provides exceptional views of Clew Bay to the south and Clare Island to the south-west.

The Spanish Armada Viewpoint is named after the Spanish ships, the San Nicolas Prodaneli and El Gran Grin, that sank at the mouth of Clew Bay in 1588. It was thought that only sixteen sailors survived. Visitors to this viewpoint will note a plaque erected to commemorate the tragedies.

Contact details
Unnamed Road, Bolinglanna, Co., Bolinglanna, Co. Mayo, Ireland
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