Take a journey through Inishowen's past...


Inishowen is unique in terms of the outstanding beauty of its geography and in the way that the traces of its history survive to this day, conveyingan evocative picture of a vibrant and unfolding past.

Inishowen is Irelands most northerly peninsula with Malin Head at its peak, the most northerly point on the island of Ireland.

The Inishowen peninsula is very accessible from all directions and when in Inishowen itself, "The Inishowen 100" from which most historical sites are on or close by, is well signposted around the whole peninsula on the R238.

Each historical site listed in the main section of this website has its own interactive location map to help you find your way around Inishowen to these sites.

Historical accounts are by no means a closed chapter and we welcome any contributions to this work in progress. You can post any information you have on sites of historical interest on this website and help make history by supporting this project.

This website is produced and developed by Culdaff & Cloncha Heritage Group, which is based in the Culdaff area and is involved in heritage projects in Inishowen.


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