Places to visit
Inishowen has been described as 'Ireland in microcosm' and true enough, you have all terrains and sea conditions surrounding our beautiful peninsula. Look out for the brown signs indicating the scenic 100 mile coastal drive that is the known as the ‘Inis Eoghain 100' which is the Irish for Eoghain's island or Inishowen.
Malin Head View B&B is also located in a perfect setting for hill walking, sight seeing, diving, rod and boat angling, bird, seal and whale watching. Find all of the local websites you'll need to make any break to Inishowen complete. We'll continue to add in more helpful sites as we come across them.
- Malin Head Appreciation Society - join up to keep in touch with all that is going on up here!
- Visit Inishowen - Inishowen Tourism's website will be a great help in making your trip to the peninsula a success.
- Malin Head Shipwrecks - Divers, did you know there are there are more shipwrecks off Malin Head than anywhere else in these isles? See for yourself!
- Linsfort Castle - looking for somewhere really special to stay? The award winning Linsfort Castle is the newest Inishowen recruit to the 2011 Bridgestone Top 100 Places to Stay Guide.
- Discover Ireland Donegal - Failte Ireland's official website offers comprehensive information on what you'll need to know in planning your trip to County Donegal.
- Go visit Donegal - a portal for online booking of accommodation, activities and attractions in County Donegal.
- History of Donegal - providing full details of consultant Sean Beattie's six books on Irish history.
- Doagh Famine Village - Inishowen's outdoor museum looks at everything from the Irish wake to “safe houses” to looking at hunger in a historical context. A fascinating must see attraction.
- The Cairn - full details of Patsy Cavanagh's interactive review of Irish history and mythology in Greencastle.
- Fort Dunree - a fine military museum overlooking Lough Swilly; find out more about the last parcel of land to be handed back by the British to Eire in 1938.
- Irish Maritime Museum - situated in Greencastle, this museum has a number of fascinating exhibits on the area's rich maritime heritage.
- Bus to Carndonagh - John McGinley coaches brings you from Dublin City centre to Carndonagh twice a day. +353 74 913 5201
- Foyle Coaches - a local bus service to Letterkenny and Derry.
- Foyle Ferry - details of how to get over to Inishowen from Northern Ireland or the the Fanad peninsula in the high season.
- Aer Arann / Stobart Air - daily flights from Dublin to City of Derry airport.
- Hillwalking - link to a dedicated hillwalking club that has a variety of organised walks in Inishowen and County Derry.
- Moville - The Moville community has an excellent website with a dedicated webmaster, Carol Ann, to keep it up to date and help you out with any enquiries.
- Inish Times - get all of the up to date news that is happening around Inishowen from its leading newspaper's online edition.
- seoirse.com - providing full details of one of Inishowen's most talented artists. He is also to research your family tree in County Donegal.
- Donegal Ancestry - Looking to find further information on your Donegal roots? Donegal Ancestry in Ramelton can help.
- Birds Ireland - dedicated website for the twitchers of Ireland.
- HD film of Donegal - Over 13 minutes of the county's best features to whet the appetite.
- Glenribeen Lodge - now we don't presume Donegal is the only place to see in Ireland - if down south in Waterford, why not enjoy a stay in the award-winning eco-friendly B&B with your hosts, Peter & Els? This is a real treat that we're proud to promote!
We've gone one further just for you though in offering a free GPS cross platform app guide to help you find them all with ease...