Fanad Lighthouse and Doe Castle Private Tour

Fanad Lighthouse overlooks Mulroy Bay to the West, Lough Swilly to the East and the Atlantic Ocean to the North. Dominated by Muckish Mountain, Sheephaven Bay boasts ancient castles and a panoramic Atlantic Drive.

All private Donegal tours are custom built to suit the interests of the tourist, their location and timeframe available. The following is a suggestion of some of the attractions to include while on a day trip of the Fanad Peninsula.

Fanad Lighthouse, Co. Donegal

Fanad Lighthouse

Knockalla Coast Road leads to Fanad Head, jutting out into the North Atlantic in Co. Donegal between Lough Swilly and Mulroy Bay, where one of the world’s most beautiful lighthouses watches majestically over the water. En route, experience stunning views of Portsalon and Ballymastocker Bay.

Ramelton, Co. Donegal

Rathmullan & Ramelton

The towns of Rathmullan and Ramelton hold an important place in Donegal’s history as the location for the Flight of the Earls in 1607. Today, Rathmullan is a bustling seaside retreat with links to Buncrana via the Lough Swilly Ferry in the Summer. Ramelton Heritage Town, home of Donegal’s Football Special drink, is a quaint village along the River Lennon with its Georgian buildings and quay.

Ballymastocker Bay, Co. Donegal

Ballymastocker Bay

Once voted the second most beautiful beach in the world, Ballymastocker Bay is a spectacular beach on the Fanad Peninsula in Co. Donegal.

Doe Castle, Co. Donegal

Doe Castle & Atlantic Drive

The Fanad Peninsula tour extends to the neighbouring scenic Atlantic Drive from Ramelton heritage town to 15th century Doe Castle in Sheephaven Bay.

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