Greencastle, Co. Donegal

Greencastle, Donegal (An Caisleán Nua in Irish) is a commercial fishing port in County Donegal, though nowadays given the decline in the fishing industry, it resembles more closely a "typical" Donegal holiday village. It is located a few miles from Moville and is about 32km (20 miles) from Derry City.

Greencastle's name comes from the ruins of the castle in the area which are located on a rock overlooking the entrance to Lough Foyle, which in turn, may have its name from the green freestone with which it was built. 

Greencastle also has an 18-hole golf course and an excellent bathing beach. 

Gardens

There is no featured garden in the area

Golf

The 1st Green
Castlerock Golf Club
Coleraine, Co. Londonderry
Course Type: Links
Castlerock Golf Club lies approximately 8km (5 miles) due West of the town of Coleraine on the North Coast of Northern Ireland. It is a fabulous Ben Sayers designed links course set among rolling sand dunes. Its scenic qualities embrace the river ...

Self Catering

Maddybenny Farm - Self Catering
Maddybenny Mews
Portrush, Co. Antrim
Just two miles from Portrush, the White family's Plantation Period farmhouse was built before 1650. Since extended, and now modernised, the six self catering mews style cottages make a very comfortable place to stay, with a family-run equestrian ...

What's On

Guildhall Country Fair - Derry
Guildhall Country Fair is held in Derry on the last Saturday each month

Contact:



Shona Campbell. Number: +44 (0)287 137 6706 Email: shona.campbell@de ...

Tourist Attractions

Tower Museum - Derry City County Londonderry Northern Ireland
Tower Museum
Londonderry, Co. Londonderry
The Tower Museum is an award winning museum with permanent exhibitions that include The Story of Derry exhibition and the An Armada Shipwreck – La Trinidad Valencera exhibition. However throughout the year the museum also plays host to a r ...

Wedding Venues

Wedding
Radisson Blu Roe Park Resort
Limavady, Co. Londonderry
Built on rising ground in lovely rolling countryside, this imposing hotel dates back to the eighteenth century when a Captain Richard Babington built the original house from which today’s extensive hotel and wedding venues grown. There is a ...
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