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Scenery in the Falcarragh area is second to none. View two of Donegal's most famous mountains, Muckish and Errigal or walk its miles of golden beaches at Ballyness Bay or Drumnatinney. The spectacular sea cliffs at Horn Head and Glenveagh National Park are just a short drive away. The islands of Tory and Inisboffin can be seen from the coast, both of which are accessible from Magheroarty Pier nearby. Falcarragh is an ideal base from which to tour North West Donegal. Tar agus bain sult as áilleacht na h-áite.
Falcarragh in all respects is a fun town with a great tradition of crafts. Its an Irish Speaking town and a good place from which to climb Muckish Mountain. Baile Conaill, a new upmarket hostel caters for groups of all kinds and can tailor a holiday to suit most peoples needs. The Shamrock Bar on main street is an excellent venue for music lovers and has an atmosphere all of its own, for those who don't feel like going home there is a hostel on the premises. The Gweedore Bar and Restaurant serves excellent meals all day and is located in the middle of the town. Further informaiton on the town and its amenities as well as the entire Gaeltacht area can be obtained from Eagras Failte Thir Chonaill. Falcarragh is also the main shopping town in the North West Gaeltacht.
Activities & Places Of Interest In & Near Falcarragh:
- Game Fishing
- Angling Tullaghabegley River
- Ray River
- Lackagh River
- Glenveagh National Park
- Ards Forest Park
- An Seanbhearic Falcarragh - Old R.L.C. barracks recently restored, exhibitions, craft shop, coffee shop & Museum.
Walking Tours Guided
Tullaghbegly Mountain Walk - Sunday of May bank holiday weekend
- Cloughaneely Golf Course in Falcarragh
- Dunfanaghy Golf Course