Ballyliffin golf club takes its place among the world’s great golf courses and is ranked among the top 100
golf courses in the UK and Ireland, thanks to the unique quality of the links terrain, set amid natural dunes
on the edge of the Atlantic ocean.
It happens to be Ireland’s most northerly golf course and players can
enjoy long hours of daylight especially in the summer months thanks to the location.
Both the Old Links, designed by Nick Faldo, and Glashedy, staked out by Pat Ruddy and Tom Craddock, provide a golfing
experience that is both enjoyable and challenging for players at all levels.
The club is ideally situated for visits to other courses such as Portrush, via the
Magilligan-Greencastle car ferry, Buncrana, Greencastle, Letterkenny and Derry City.
For further details on Ballyliffin Golf Club please visit our website www.ballyliffingolfclub.com
There are many beautiful beaches around Inishowen providing wonderful opportunities for swimming,
water sports and sea angling. If you enjoy surfing Ballyliffin beach is the place for you!
The Northern Lights / Aurora Borealis
One of the world's most famous and stunning solar phenomena is eagerly expected over Irish skies in the coming weeks,
Its has been viewed several times from our coastline over the past few months!
The Aurora Borealis, also known as the Northern Lights, has its best chance of being seen in more than a decade
because of a peak in the sun's activity.
Ballyliffin and Inishowen is a paradise for walking and hiking. There is an excellent pathway along
Ballyliffin beach and hills that are a challenge to all types of hikers. Or you could also take a beautiful walk to the Glenevin Waterfall.
And within a ten minute car journey away we also have a newly opened equestrian centre, perfect for the kids!
- Carrickabraghey Castle
- Straid Church
- Dunree Fort
- Leenan Fort
- Mamore Gap
- Glenevin Waterfall
- Donagh Cross
- Glasheady Art Gallery
- Doagh Famine Village