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Dunkineely is a small village in southwest Donegal in the North West of Ireland. It is situated approximately 15km from the town of Donegal and 7km from Killybegs. There is a dun on the edge of the village from which Dunkineely derives its name.
The village lies at the top of St John’s Point, a narrow peninsula jutting seven miles into Donegal Bay, which boasts beautiful scenery and is a famous diving site. Dunkineely is the larger of two villages in the parish of Killaghtee, the other being Bruckless.
In the old graveyard there is one of the oldest celtic crosses in Ireland, the Killaghtee Cross. Employment in the area relies on seasonal fishing and mixed agriculture as well as service and light industry in the nearby towns of Killybegs and Donegal.