- Address: Inishowen, Owenboy, Co. Donegal, Ireland, Ballyliffin
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Family And Kids, Point Of Interest
From wild romantic coastlines to pristine woodland and rivers, from fabulous beaches to wonderful foods and a huge range of activities –all are found in Inishowen. This is the largest peninsula of Ireland and is rich in history. This is bordered by the Atlantic, Lough Foyle and Lough Swilly. The population mostly inhabit in the coastal regions while the interiors have low mountains and bogland. Urris Hills are located in the west Inishowen. Several harbours are here at Inishowen, some of which are used for commercial purpose while the others are used as fishing harbours. The Grianan of Aileach, Carrickabraghey, The Norman Castle, Inch Castle, Elagh Castle, Buncrana Castle are some of the historical sites here. Wild Atlantic Bay, Inch Island, Fahan 18-hole Golf Course, Tullyarvan Mill, Dunree Beach, Leenan Bay, Dunaff Head, Tullagh Bay are some of the many attractions of this peninsula. Cycling, golfing, shooting, kayaking, rock climbing, surfing, horse riding are the activities you will find.
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