The beautiful seaside village of Dunfanaghy is situated on the Wild Atlantic Way and is the perfect destination for a short trip or an extended holiday. The village has everything you need as well as some of the most amazing scenic locations in the northwest.
Some of Dunfanaghy’s most popular activities are golfing, horse-riding, surfing, hiking and climbing with many more in the surrounding area.
Dunfanaghy boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in Ireland and arguably Europe. Tramore and Killahoey are within walking distance of the town and Marble Hill and Port na Blagh, are just a short drive away.
Both Killahoey and Marble Hill are blue flag beaches with lifeguards present during the Summer.
As well as the beaches and festivals,
There are many cafés, such as An Chistin and Muck n’ Muffins, and restaurants, Arnold’s Hotel, The Carraig Rua Hotel, the beautiful Cove Restaurant in Port na Blagh, and the Mill Restaurant situated by the New Lake, to enjoy fine dining whatever your tastes may be.
Dunfanaghy also has many great bars, Molly’s, Devine’s Bar, McColgan’s and Arnold’s Whiskey Fly Bar, all on the Main Street, as well as the Boatshed which is located on the pier. There is live music in all of the bars at the weekend and usually traditional during the week.
If you fancy a day trip Dunfanaghy is near many magnificent tourist spots including Ards Forest Park, Glenveagh National Park, Doe Castle, Muckish Mountain and the highest peak in the hills of Donegal, Errigal.