Teelin Harbour

Located in south west Donegal along the coast from Kilcar, Teelin harbour provides shelter from the Atlantic waves and is the departure point of boat trips to the Sliabh League sea cliffs. The area is popular with sea anglers and scuba diving clubs. Teelin is also renowned as a centre of Irish traditional music.

Boat trips on the Nuala Star

The Nuala Star is a 36 foot, purpose built passenger boat with a 300hp perkins saber engine, and a top speed of 18 knots. The boat work out of Teelin harbour on the north side of Donegal bay.
The boat (licensed and insured for 12 passengers) is fully equipped with up to date safety, navigation, fish finding equipment and an experienced skipper to bring you to anywhere in Donegal bay and beyond.

Website: Sliabh League Boat Trips

Glashedy Rock from Ballyliffin Golf Club

The imposing Glashedy Rock is located in Pollan Bay just of the north Inishowen coastline. If you play either of the 2 courses at Ballyliffin Golf Club, several of the holes have panoramic views over the Bay towards the rock.

Doon Fort Portnoo

Doon Fort is an ancient ring fort on Doon Lough, 9km kilometres north of Ardara and not far from the coastal villages of Narin and Portnoo.

Fanad Lighthouse

Fanad Lighthouse is one of 70 lighthouses operated by the Commissioners of Irish Lights around the coast of Ireland and plays a vital role in maritime safety.

The Silkie Whiskey from Donegal

The Sliabh Liag Distillery will be the first distillery in Donegal for 174 years and their first whiskey is The Silkie – named after the legendary shape-shifting, sea-maidens with long dark hair, deep soulful brown eyes and enchanting voices that were nearly irresistible to any man.

Slieve League Cliffs From Above

Slieve League Cliffs (Sliabh Liag), situated on the south west coast of Donegal, are said to be among the highest and finest marine cliffs in Europe.

The Mill Restaurant Dunfanaghy

A small award winning restaurant with 7 individually decorated bedrooms located along Wild Atlantic way on the outskirts of Dunfanaghy.

Embrace the Wild Atlantic Way of Life

Leave the ordinary elsewhere this year, and experience the destination that’s both thrilling and therapeutic – the Wild Atlantic Way.

Birds Eye View of Malin Head to Hells Hole

Malin Head (In Irish: Cionn Mhálanna) at the tip of the Inishowen peninsular in County Donegal is the most northern point of Ireland that has a rugged landscape and had a long history of communication with ships.

A Love Letter to Donegal

‘Atlantic Roar’ is a short film shot entirely on the Wild Atlantic Way on the Inishowen Peninsula, Co Donegal – using an entirely local crew. It is a film describing the little things that we would miss about living in Ireland

Wild Atlantic Way Rock Climbing

Bren Whelan and Wild Atlantic Way Climbing, show case Ireland’s most Northerly Point – Malin Head using dizzy drone footage of Donegal rock climbing!