Where is the IRISH LANDOWNER land located?

The land is located at the foothills of Muckish Mountain, Moyra Glebe, Falcarragh, County, Donegal, Ireland.  In our own Irish national language ‘as Gaeilge’, for Muckish we say ‘Mucais’ which means ‘the pigs back’.

Muckish Mountain is a designated area of conservation and outstanding natural beauty. Its local river Lough Agher, renowned for salmon fishing, meanders through the land with stunning views of Tory Island. Falcarragh town, famous for it’s captivating coastal route ‘The Wild Atlantic Way’ is a native Irish speaking area, surrounded by the magnificent scenery of Ballyness Bay, Errigal, Muckish and the Derryveagh mountain range.

St Columcilles Celtic Cross and the Bridge of Tears are all wonderful attractions to see.

Directions

  • Start point Arnolds Hotel Dunfanaghy
  • Continue on N56 towards Falcaragh for 5.5 miles
  • Turn left of main road at sign post L1013 ( Maigh raithe)
  • Continue on road for 0.2 miles – keep right at Y Junction.
  • Continue for a further 1.7 miles – turn left onto gravel road
  • Follow gravel road for approximately 600 yards
  • Land on left hand side looking north towards sea in distance
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Falcarragh is located on the captivating coastal route ‘The Wild Atlantic Way’

Falcarragh is a native Irish speaking area, so take a local class in Irish.

Visit local farmer Seanie Boyle who will show you his wonderful sheep farm.

IRISH LANDOWNER members can avail of special member rates in local hotels shortly.

Climb Muckish Mountain which translates to being on the ‘The Pig’s Back’

Enjoy the magnificent scenery of Ballyness Bay, Errigal, Muckish and the Derryveagh mountain range.

The land has stunning views of Tory Island, get the boat out from Bunbeg and Magheroarty

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