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EXPLORE INISHOWEN

Inishowen offers an abundance of things to see & do.

North West Golf Club

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North West Golf Club is located 2km south of Buncrana on the main Derry Road along the shores of Lough Swilly. Founded in 1891 it is a Founder Member of the Golfing Union of Ireland and is the home club of Irish Internationals Brian McElhinney and Michael McGeady. It is a testing course for golfers

Buncrana Golf Club

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Buncrana Golf Club is the oldest 9-hole links course in Ireland. Overlooking the beautiful Lough Swilly it delivers a challenge to the most advance golfers yet, offers enjoyment to beginners also. Buncrana Golf Club is located on the entrance to Buncrana town and 200 metres from the Tourist Information Office. For further information and Green

Fishing & Sea Fishing

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Contact: John McLaughlin Address: Carrowmore Location: Malin Tel: 00353 74 9370605 Mob: 00353 86 2522685 Fax: 00353 74 9370764 malininfo@inishowenmotors.ie There is no question that Inishowen, with its spectacular coastline, contains some of the greatest sea angling in Europe. Join a group of friends out on the open waters to see who will land the

Ballyliffin Golf Club

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Two outstanding, contrasting links course and 36 wonderful holes make up one of the finest golf resorts to be found anywhere in Ireland (Ranked No. 1 Golf Complex in Ireland by Golf Digest Irealnd). The Old Links natural terrain presents an immensely enjoyable challenge to every golfer. Work recently undertaken by Nick Faldo, one of

Inishowen Surf School

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We have been running from 2004 and have catered for Schools, Teams, Business Groups, Parties,Conflict Resolution Groups, Cross Border Groups, Local People and People on Holidays. It has been a wonderful experience for me and I hope you will enjoy it to. Inishowen has some of the most consistent waves in Ireland due to its

Kayaking & Canoeing

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Whether it’s a relaxed easy going river excursion, or an exhilarating voyage on the big blue in a sea kayak, or tossing and bouncing rides on a white-water river, Inishowen is perfect if your idea of fun is travelling by paddle power. And depending on conditions, sea kayaking and canoeing is a great activity for

The Inishowen 100

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This is the designated tourist route that will take you all round the coast of Inishowen covering all the stunning views and beaches around the Inishowen coast. The route is well signposted and maps are readily available to guide you round.

Doagh Famine Village

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The Famine Village is an outdoor museum that tells the story of life in the area from the Famine back in the 1840s, through the 1900s to the present day.

Fort Dunree & Museum

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Fort Dunree offers a unique insight in to the history of the Fort and surrounding area, beatiful walks and an array of wildlife.

Beaches Galore!

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To enjoy for a stroll, fun for all the family regardless of time of year the beach offers a great place to go to burn off some energy or take in the breath-taking scenery.

Grianan of Aileach

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Grianan of Aileach, a 1700BC ancient stone fort, is probably the best known monument in Inishowen.

Straid Church

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Straid Church near Clonmany exudes an eerie charm. Built in 1772, it was in use until 1925.

Maritime Museum & Planetarium

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Inishowen Maritime Museum & Planetarium is conveniently located in the old coastguard station, only 100 yards from the Lough Foyle ferry landing on Greencastle Harbour.

Mamore Gap Walks

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The Mamore Gap as well as offering some stunning views provides some lovely walking routes.

Cycling Routes

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Contact: Inishowen Tourism Address: Railway Road, Buncrana Location: Inishowen Tourism Office, Buncrana Tel: 00353 74 9362600 E-mail: info@visitinishowen.com Web: http://www.visitinishowen.com Blue Route (Difficult) From Moville to Greencastle Port, Shroove, Upper Greencastle and then onto first climb over Cooks Hill, Kinnagoe Bay, Ballymagaraghy, Tremone, Culdaff, Portaleen, Ballysalagh, Bree, Malin Head, and south along the coast to

Malin Head

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Malin Head is Ireland’s most northernly point. The circuit of Malin will take you past the Radio Station; built in 1910, and round the coast to Banba’s crown, the most northerly tip of Ireland. (Banba was one of the mythical queens of Ireland). “The Tower” was built in 1905 and used as a Lloyds Signal

Glenevin Waterfall

Tuesday, 25 June 2013 by

Where better to start than right next door to The Glen House at one of Inishowen’s most spectacular natural attractions. The walkway from the gardens of The Glen House takes you upstream along the meandering stream to Glenevin Waterfall. Along the way there are a number of picnic areas and vantage pionts with stunning views

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