Located on the western side of the Inishowen Peninsula, Mamore Gap cuts through the Urris hills and is one of the most spectacular driving routes in Donegal.
Tourism Information for Inishowen
Located in the golf resort of Ballyliffin, Inishowen, Nancy’s Barn is popular with visitors and locals alike and is renowned for its award winning seafood chowder.
Perched on a headland overlooking Lough Swilly, Fort Dunree is a military museum that incorporates a Napoleonic tower into more recent World War I defenses
Inch Island is connected to the mainland by a narrow causeway and is largely fertile on it’s eastern side while its western side has steep mountain sides and a a coastline punctuated by little harbours and a few sandy beaches.
This compact maritime museum, in the harbour home of a busy fishing fleet, is housed in the old 1857 coast-guard station. Outside are grand views of Lough Foyle above a monument to those lost while working at sea.
Located on Doagh Island in north Inishowen and close to the golf resort of Ballyliffin, this highly recommended visitor attraction recounts life in Ireland at the time of the famine
Fort Dunree, Dun Fhraoigh in Irish means, “Fort of the Heather” and indicates that this site has been an important defensive site down through history. Today however, its stunning natural beauty and abundant wildlife are drawing increasing numbers of visitors to one of Inishowen’s most beautiful and peaceful locations