Why not experience the history and realism of an Irish Wake at Dough Famine Village, take a the family trip to Genevan Waterfall & have a picnic, surf the powerful waves off our nearby beaches, Binnion, Tullagh, Pollan and Leenan, yes! Four beaches!
Play a round of golf at the Nick Faldo designed Old Links at Ballyliffin Golf Club or visit the top of Ireland Malin Head. Irish Open Location 2018!
Things to see & do……
If it’s good food you’re after Nancy’s Barn in Ballyliffin is worth a visit, there are several hotels in Ballyliffin offering a menu; there is also the Rusty Nail Bar and the Glen House for something tasty, you won’t go hungry ! Hill Walking is a must this unique area has a wealth of breath taking views from it’s range of hills, Pony Trekking, Archery, Golf and Cycling, there is no end of activity for the outdoor type. If you are lucky enough to be here on the first week in August, you can spend the week at the ‘Famous Clonmany Festival’ which is the longest running festival in Ireland and it’s getting bigger and better every year!
Doagh Famine Village, Doagh Island
Gleneven Waterfall Park
Fort Dunree Military Museum
Inishowen Maritime Museum
Malin Head- Ireland’s most northerly point
Glenveigh National Park & Ards Forest Park
Ionad Cois Locha – Dunlewey Centre
Glebe House and Gallery
Newmills Corn and Flax Mill
Nearby towns of Carndonagh and Buncrana offer a selection of shops, cafes, boutiques, bars and restaurants for your leisure.
The city of Derry (approx. 45mins drive) has all the favorite high street names. Foyleside Shopping Centre is one of the biggest in Ireland.