A lovely wall running from the surface down to ~22m, and then running into a boulder field continuing down to ~29m. The wall at St Johns Point is always teaming with life and is a must see for the experienced snorkeler.
Point, Dunkineely, Donegal, Ireland
A great sheltered snorkel, Cassan Sound rarely disappoints. The shallow bay means the colours are always in full display - making viewing the local flora and fauna a delight.
With no more than 9m Cassan Sound is home to curious Conger Eels, Lobster, Wrasse and on a rare occasion - Basking Shark!
Dunkineely, Donegal, Ireland
It's a bit of a novelty getting to snorkel a sea stack in the North West of Ireland, the Wild Atlantic Way has a habit of battering things into dust. This sheltered harbour provides some respite from the storms (both for snorkelers and wildlife) allowing for some of the most breathtaking scenery in the area.
At the sea stack you can find ~10m with loads of life, running out onto some sand flats.
Wrasse a plenty, you can also see - Thornback Ray, Atlantic Octopus, Spider Crab and schools of Herring
Malin Beg, Malinbeg, Donegal, Ireland