: Donegal Airport
: An Tra Ban
: Sharkeys, Annagry & Leo's Bar,
: Cruit Island - stunning 9 hole course
: Award winning Danny Minnies, Annagry
Teach Mhici Oig is beside both the mountains and the sea. Close to the magnificent Glenveagh National Park, the area is rich in beauty, heritage and folklore. Stunning geographical features include a mountain range which is ideal for hill walking and climbing, lakes for fishing, bog lands for wildlife and much more. With quiet country roads for cycling and an old railway line for walking along there' s no end to the possibilities for outdoor entertainment, whatever the weather and all can be followed with a 'pint' in one of many of the traditional local pubs. There are many cultural attractions too such as Ionad Cois Luiche - a lakeside folk park, art gallery and museum at Churchill, the castle at Glenveagh, St. Colmcille Heritage Center and archaeological sites too numerous to mention! There is something to suit all tastes. We regret we can't guarantee the amazing sunsets every night but we can guarantee that you won't be disappointed by the beautiful, captivating scenery!
Donegal tops Blue Flag Beaches Award - the county has 12 beautiful, clean beaches.