Situated in the heart of the Inishowen, Riversdale Country House in Carndonagh is ideally suited to explore the peninsula. Along with breathtaking scenery, beautiful beaches and friendly people, the peninsula of Inishowen has much to offer and there’s something to suit everyone.


Doagh Famine Village is an outdoor museum that tells the story of life in the area from the famine in the 1840’s to the present day. Other popular attractions include Fort Dunree Military museum, Inishowen Maritime museum and Planetarium, Grianan of Aileach Ring Fort.


Inishowen boosts some of the most beautiful beaches in Ireland – Culdaff, Kinnagoe, Shroove, Pollan, Five Fingers Strand and many more.


Inishowen is an ideal place for walking. The Inishowen way is a walking route that takes you round the Peninsula. Visit has also some popular walks listed.


Inishowen is home to a large variety of habitats, animals, birds and plants. Find details on Inishowen wildlife Club or if you like bird watching – visit the Inch wild Fowl Reserve.


We have four 18 hole links coarses in Inishowen – Greencastle, Redcastle, Buncrana and Ballyliffin. Ballyliffin Golf Club is world renowned as having two of the finest championship links.

Cultural and Heritage

There are many celtic monuments throughout the peninsula. Donagh Cross at Carndonagh, Grianan of Aileach at Burt, Bocan stone Circle, celtic cross at Clonca and High Cross at Carrowmore.

For full details of what is available in the Inishowen area take a look at the Visit Inishowen website.

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