Doagh Famine Village

A famine village and typical dwellings depicting that time in Ireland, i.e. sod or turf houses are displayed and story telling about times gone by is part of this popular tourist attraction. Tea room available.

Spooky Village

Visit Donegal’s Spooky Village this Halloween at Doagh Famine Village.
Enjoy the live show, featuring Maggie the Witch, before making your escape through the rest of the Spooky Village!

Glenevin Waterfall

Enjoy the beautiful setting at the Waterfall on the outskirts of Clonmany village. Parking, picnic tables and trail provided. Ideal for a family picnic or BBQ.

Greencastle Planetarium & Maritime Museum

The Museum is located in the old Coastguard Station at Greencastle Harbour. Its exhibits include boats from 6ft. to 50ft, the Armada room, and items of memorabilia and photographs of the treasures at this attraction. There is also a new state of the art Planetarium, with explorations of the universe and a spectacular star show.

Leisureland Redcastle

Indoor heated amusement centre Leisureland Adventure Play System and carousel with many special features, designed to entertain children from toddlers to teens.

Malin Head

Ireland's most northerly point is marked by a signal tower which dates back to the early 19th Century. On a clear day you can see Tory Island, Bloody Foreland, Dunaff Head and Scotland's Paps of Jura and the island of Islay.


Nearby towns of Carndonagh and Buncrana offer a selection of shops, cafes, boutiques and bars and restaurants for your leisure. The city of Derry (approx. 45mins drive) has all the favorite high street names as well as designer boutiques, jewellers, coffee houses, restaurants and bars. The Foyleside is large shopping mall with a host of top high street brands, wide choice of food outlets and a multi-storey car park.