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Portnablagh Holiday Homes

Portnablagh Holiday Homes Donegal

Portnablagh, along with neighbouring Dunfanaghy, is well-known for its beaches and picturesque harbour. It attracts many tourists, mostly from Northern Ireland, every summer.

The small harbour is well protected on 3 sides and has a relatively short slipway which gets frequent use by fishing and pleasure boat owners, particularly during summer months.

Nearby attractions include Glenveagh National Park and Fanad Lighthouse – one of the Wild Atlantic Way’s Signature Points.

It provides access for boat owners to a large number of beaches in Sheephaven Bay, many of which are only accessible on foot or by sea. For fresh water fishing, the beautiful Sessiah Lake is located above the village – you can fish here or just take a leisurely walk along its shores.

To the south of the village is the excellent Ards Forest Park, hundreds of acres of open space, woodland, seashore and nature trails – open to the public throughout the year.

A kilometre to the north you’ll find the popular seaside village of Dunfanaghy with its pubs, restaurants and 18 hole links course. The Dunfanaghy Workhouse combines a famine museum with other facilities including a coffee shop, craft shop and exhibition area.

Portnablagh Donegal

Portnablagh Holiday Homes