Dunaff is located in the Urris Valley, located in the North-West corner of the Inishowen Peninsula.
Ireland’s oldest Neolithic campsite is located in Dunaff Bay. It lies at the mouth of Loch Swilly, between the cliffs of Dunaff Head to the north and Lenan Head to the south.
The site contained many early Irish Mesolithic artifacts, including flints comprising a few leaf-shaped flakes, blade-like flakes, and related Neolithic waste material.
Rockstown Harbour is simply stunning, with huge Atlantic waves breaking on its pebbled beach and a variety of wild seabirds in the area.
Fort Dunree is situated high on the shores of Lough Swilly, commanding majestic views of the Lough, and its shorelines.
Dunaff Head is breathtakingly beautiful, with its Glenevin Waterfall a must-see.
Bothanvarra is a 70m high chubby Matterhorn shaped sea stack that sits just beyond Dunaff head.
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