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Places To Visit
Caldra is an excellent location for visitors to the Inishowen and Buncrana Area and provides a superb vantage point from which you can investigate the panoramic landscapes of Inishowen, why not rent a bike or see the area on horseback. Alternatively you can spend the day at the beach, or have a round of golf, and when youíre ready to just relax Buncrana has a number of pubs and restaurants for you to enjoy.
Fort Dunree
The Fort Dunree heritage museum complex was originally opened to the public in 1986, and has provided interest for tourists of all ages ever since. It has also been a source of great pleasure and reminiscence for those of a military background, whether having served at the post or just involved in military history. A great day out for all the family.
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Fort Dunree
Grianan of Aileach
1700BC Ancient Stone Fort, Grianan of Aileach is probably the best known monument in Inishowen. Situated on a hill top 800 feet above sea level the stone fort was probably built on an earthen rath.See more on the Inishowen Tourism website.
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Grianan Aileach
Swan Park
Swan Park is just a few minutes walk away. It is a delightful riverside walk on the edge of Buncrana, following the course of the River Crana from Wilsonís Bridge at its north-eastern extremity to the point where a small stream, crossed by a miniature hump back bridge, joins the Crana. See more on the Inishowen Tourism website.
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Swan park
Tullyarvan Mill
Tullyarvan Mill, a 19th century renovated corn mill is situated just outside the seaside town of Buncrana, Co Donegal. It offers a unique experience by providing a hub of activity for the community, the arts and visitors alike.
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Tullyarvan Mill
Beaches
Inishowen boosts some of the most beautiful beaches in Ireland. From secluded, private coves, to long family-perfect strands and Blue Flag beaches. The county is a also surfer paradise being one of the best places in the world for the huge breakers.
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beaches
Inch Island
The Inishowen heritage and Genealogical centre is situated on this lovely island which is linked to the mainland by bridge. Inch Lake is a marvellous wildlife wetland and hosts huge colonies of Whooper and Bewick swans as well as white-fronted geese and many species of duck. The island also houses an archive of the OíDoherty Clan.
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Malin Head
Malin Head is Irelandís most northerly headland and via the Malin Head Trail, offers the intrepid traveller the very best by way of scenery, fresh air, flora and fauna backed up with advance information from this website and a downloadable series of podcasts for use on the actual trail.
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Malin Head
Glenevin Waterfall
A short, but exceptionally rewarding trail through a wooded stream valley. The walk ends at Glenevin Waterfall which is one of Inishowen's most spectacular natural attractions. The walk is virtually level and follows well prepared and maintained gravel paths.
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The Giants Causeway
Malin Head is Irelandís most northerly headland and via the Malin Head Trail, offers the intrepid traveller the very best by way of scenery, fresh air, flora and fauna backed up with advance information from this website and a downloadable series of podcasts for use on the actual Trail.
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Giants Causeway
Doagh Famine Village
Changing Ireland 1845 to 2010. 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.
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Doagh Famine Village
Local Activities
Golf, Water Activities, Walking, Equestrian, Cycling, Arts & Crafts, Inishowen has it all! See more on the Inishowen Tourism Website.
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golf
Derry - a short drive
Derry, winner of the UK City of Culture 2013 for Derry - Londonderry, is a very short distance away. Offering tourists a wealth of activities, sights, historical and cultural places to visit. Find out all Derry has to offer at the Derry Visitor Website.
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Derry
Bushmills
Watch whiskey making take place and enjoy a wee taster too as secrets of 400 years of distilling at the home of Irish whiskey are unlocked.
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Bushmills
 
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