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Drive if you dare! Concrete markers guide the way to Coney Island from Strandhill, accessible by car during low tide. Its more illustrious namesake in New York was named after this island by a homesick sea captain from Rosses Point. A haven for birdwatchers, the surrounding mud flats are feeding grounds for the Brent goose, wild duck and various wading breeds. A solitary pub can provide visitors with liquid refreshments. Contact the local tourist office for further information.