Creevy Coastal walk - Ballyshannon to Creevy to Kilbarron Castle towards Rossnowlagh
Creevy Pier - nearby Creevy Cottages
Creevy Coastal walk - Ballyshannon to Creevy to Kilbarron Castle towards Rossnowlagh Taken overlooking Bundoran - Tullan Strand, mouth of Ballyshannon estuary
Creevy Coastal walk - Ballyshannon to Creevy - overlooking Donegal Bay
Historic Kilbarron Castle with links to Mícheál Ó Cléirigh born here, played a role in development of the “Annals of the Four Masters”, a documentation of Irish history, dating from 4500 BC until the
Creevy Coastal Walk is located along the Wild Atlantic Way over looking Donegal Bay. The walk can be joined at Ballyshannon Estuary, Kildoney Point or Creevy Pier and Creevy Pier Car Park. The walk is 8 miles long following the yellow posts along the coastline. Kilbarron Castle is located on the part Ballyshannon in the direction of Rossnowlagh. This walk is aimed at the physically fit. Not suitable for buggies. No dogs allowed - sorry - working farms.