Rossnowlagh Beach 2014

Rossnowlagh Beach

4 miles of unspoiled Blue Flag beach is a short two minute walk from the park.

Durnesh Lake

We are also perfectly situated to explore on foot the local Specially Protected Area of Durnesh Lake, home to animals and birds.

Creevy Pier

Experience Shore Fishing off the pier or the cliffs in the pure waters of the Atlantic or swim, snorkel, sunbathe or take a dive from the nose of the Pier.

Creevy Shore Walk

Creevy Shore Walk is a purpose built coastal footpath 10 miles in length. The walks are waymarked with directional markers and stiles in place to assist crossing walls and fences. The walk running from Rossnowlagh through Creevy to the mouth of the Erne Estuary in Ballyshannon. On the Creevy Coastal walk are the ruins of Kilbarron Castle enjoys great views of across the bay of St. John’s Point and Slieve League.

The Franciscan Friary, Rossnowlagh, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal

The Friars serve in church ministry, give retreats and workshops and is surrounded by its beautifully gardens in Rossnowlagh. The Franciscan Friary is home to Donegal Historical Society Museum and is well worth a visit.

Wild Atlantic Way

The park is also located at a special point of interest on the new Wild Atlantic Way.

Local towns, Donegal Town, Bundoran