Ballyliffin Inishowen Donegal

Ballyliffin is located in north Inishowen and has one of the finest golf courses in the country. The village has three hotels, a shop and Post Office while a short walk takes you to the spectacular Pollan Strand with its powerful Atlantic waves. Nearby attractions include the popular Doagh Island Visitor’s Centre which tells of life during famine times in north Donegal.

At Christmas time the centre becomes Santa’s Island drawing large crowds to this area to experience the truly unique and magical show. Clonmany village is 2 miles to the west and hosts a very popular community festival each August. Amenities to suit all the family are are close by; hill walking, deep sea fishing, leisure centres, horse riding, photography, shopping and the nationally renowned music venue, McGrory’s of Culdaff.

“The Inishowen Peninsula is one of the most beautiful areas in the whole of Ireland. The hospitality of the people is overwhelming. The beauty of its distinctive and varied scenery is stunning”

John Hume. MP, MEP, Nobel Prize Winner

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Nancy’s Barn Ballyliffin Donegal

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Caffe Banba Malin Head

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The Ballyliffin Coastal Challenge

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Ballyliffin Golf Club

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Doagh Island Famine Village

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Greencastle Golf Club

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Glenevin Waterfall Inishowen

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