Dunree bay is where the old fort is on dunree hill between it and the Uris hills in the background.The fort goes back to napoleon times with major fortifications in preparation for World War One before the Republic of Ireland partitioned .The bay is in full splendour from the dunree hill which has nice walks around giving great views over... 更多
The locals call this beach 'Portban' Truly a little piece of heaven on earth! Very long and quiet beach, often we had the whole place to ourselves including at sunset when the sun sets out over the bay, beautiful. Beach is accessible by walking along a fence from the parking lot and coming over the sand dunes.
The walk from Buncrana to Dunree Bay is a very pleasant , scenic even path. It is a much used walk by locals and visitors alike. Makes for a lovely walk , with a lovely Dundee beach .
Nice town able to get presents for grandchildren. Went on Waterbus tour. Excellent. There was a member of staff who narrated through out telling some amusing tales . Towards the end he sang songs we were told later that he had actually been with a professional group .
This beach is a quiet beach 6 miles from Buncrana and just below Fort Dunree on the hill above. This is an under-rated beach,but also very popular amongst locals and Derry people. Worth a visit, you'll be pleasantly surprised.
There are so many of these beautifully quiet and deserted beaches dotted along the bays and inlets of Donegal that it's like reviewing all of nature. Some of them are not even accessible but can be viewed like this one from the top of a heather-covered cliff. Magherawarden at Portsalon on the other side of Lough Swilly is even bigger,... 更多
If you have any interest in military architecture, ancient or early 20th century then this is the place to go. Nice old style fort and more modern gun emplacements, in a wild and rugged location with beautiful sea views to boot. A must see!
liked the laid back atmosphere and it was reasonably organised and has a well documented history sensibly set out .... 更多