Things to Do

Malin Head is the signature point along the Wild Atlantic Way, an area of outstanding natural beauty. 

Explore Inishowen

Small Peninsula. Big Attractions.

Inishowen is a Peninsula covering over 100km in beautiful countryside. We offer a wealth of activities as well as a great night life. All found within a small radius of our Cottage.


Wild Alpaca Way

Explore the hills of Donegal with your very own Alpaca to guide you. Set on the stunningly beautiful Knockmanny Bens at Ireland’s most northerly point Malin Head.
You can enjoy the spectacular views from Malin Head to Glashedy Rock to the Isle of Doagh and beyond.

Visitors get the chance to take their own alpaca for a walk and the trek has lots of photo opportunities along the way. 


Wild Ireland

 Meet Buu and Tiopa, two majestic bears whose lives hang in the balance. Their story is one of unimaginable suffering and the desperate pursuit of freedom, but time is slipping away, and their rescue seems increasingly uncertain. This is the story of the rescue bears at Wild Ireland, Inishowen's animal sanctuary and a must visit on a trip to Inishowen


Inish Adventures

Inishowen's only Waterpark with an inflatable obstacle course that will leave you exhilarated or exhausted. Make sure and pack a picnic as this is adventure, fun and wet. Climb up, slide down, race across and beat your family and friends at this amazing outdoor waterpark.


Banba's Crown

Banba’s Crown is Ireland’s most northerly building on the mainland. It was named ‘Banba’ after the mythological patron goddess of Ireland and was built by the British in 1805 as a Napoleonic lookout tower to help defend against a possible French invasion. This entire area is also of global significance to geologists as it has Ireland’s oldest rocks, 4 levels of ancient shoreline, and the highest sand dunes in Europe


Doagh Famine Village

Doagh Famine Village is one of Ireland’s most unique and popular tourist attractions and is visited by thousands of people from all over the world every year.

Our guided tours will take you on a journey through life in Ireland in our local community, showing you how families learned to adapt as society evolved from the 1840s to the present day.

A combination of informative story telling and life size exhibits provides an informative, thought-provoking and at time humorous look at Irish life.


Greencastle Maritime Museum

The Museum is at the heart of the local community, we have built up an impressive collection of artefacts and memorabilia because of the generous loans and donations provided by the community. This has enabled the museum to promote the local culture and heritage in an area were most traditions have been neglected. The continuous support and information provided by the community has contributed to the company’s continuous development and enabled the museum to successfully identify the community needs.