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Get The Most Out of Your Stay in Inishowen

Located in the northernmost part of the island of Ireland, Inishowen is a peninsula spanning an area of 884.33 square kilometres (218,523 acres). The Atlantic Ocean surrounds it to the north, Lough Foyle to the east, and Lough Swilly to the west. Connected to the rest of the island's southern tip, Inishowen primarily falls within County Donegal in the Republic of Ireland.

No matter what time of year you choose to visit Inishowen, rest assured that there are always many activities to engage in. Here are some standout experiences that await you in this captivating destination.

Inish Adventures

Inish Adventures offer multiple water & land based activities. Based in Moville, Inishowen we are surrounded by ocean and mountains.

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Doagh Famine Village

The Doagh Famine Village is another of the more popular things to do in Inishowen and includes original thatched dwellings from the 1840s.

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Grianan of Aileach

The Grianan of Aileach, sometimes anglicised as Greenan Ely or Greenan Fort, is a hillfort atop the 244 metres high Greenan Mountain at Inishowen.

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Wild Alpaca Way

Explore the hills of Donegal with Alpacas to guide you and enjoy the stunning views. A family-run business based in Malin Head, Inishowen.

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Fort Dunree

Fort Dunree is a coastal defence fortification located on the west side of the Inishowen peninsula, County Donegal, Ireland

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Malin Head

Malin Head is the most northerly tip of all of Ireland. It is usually the start or end of the WAW and is famous for its breath-taking views.

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