Malin Head is the most northerly part of Ireland and lends its name also
to the surrounding sea area.. Literally 'bathed' in history, the area
plays home to Irish met office equipment, and is a prime location for
the onitologists among you to spot and hear the elusive Corncrake.
If spending some time at Malin Head, why not pop across to the Ballyliffin
Links, located nearby. Comprising 365 acres and two separate 18 hole courses,
Ballyliffin is sure to challenge even the most discerning golfer. Those
less avid will still revel in the panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean
which borders it.
Fancy taking the kids out for the day? Just 3 miles away from Foyleside;
Moville Road's Leisure Land is one of Ireland's favourite indoor amusement
complexes. Entertain the young ones (and the not so young ones!) with
bumper cars, arcade machines, the ball pool and much more!
Redcastle Golf Course
Situated approximately 2.5 miles from the Foyleside Caravan Park, Redcastle's
9-hole course is set among hilly and picturesque countryside on the stunning
Inishown peninsula. A perfect way for any golfer to spend the day.
Situated just off the Letterkenny to Derry road, Grianan Ailigh is a circular
stone fort, dating back to 1700BC. With its high elevation, the area also
makes for some outstanding views of the surrounding countryside.
Located on the Inishowen peninsula, Dunree dates back to Napoleonic times,
More recently, however, the fort plays host to a fantastic military museum,
exhibiting restored guns, and much more besides.
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