Culdaff is a village on the Inishowen peninsula of County Donegal.
The present village dates back to the 8th century and was originally the site of the monastery of St Buadán.
The lovely, expansive Culdaff beach is only about 50 yards away from the village.
The Bunagee Pier is the mooring for two boats that take anglers out for fish, such as Pollock, Plaice, Salmon, and Trout.
Located near the Bocan chapel, ancient monuments include the Carrowmore High Crosses and the Bocan Stone Circle.
If you would like to add any information or to advertise your business, please get in touch to feature on our website and in our ‘WanderPast the Wild Atlantic Way’ guide.