Creevy Experience

Creevy Shore Walk, a purpose built coastal footpath 10 miles in length running from Rossnowlagh through Creevy to the mouth of the Erne Estuary in Ballyshannon. It is situated 1km from The Wild Atlantic Way which is a 2,500km route from Malin Head, Co Donegal to Kinsale, Co Cork.

Walkers will be enchanted by breathtaking views along the Co-op’s specially constructed cliff walk. The  route passes over moor and farmland and is equipped with fence stiles and direction markers. This walk is most suited to the physically fit -a must for the explorer!

On the Creevy Coastal walk are the ruins of Kilbarron Castle, home of Michael O’Cleary, and the Four Masters, a group of Franciscan lay brothers, who penned the Annals of the Four Masters, a most significant piece of history going back over the centuries.

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Once again another enjoyable stay. Kids loved hottub and go karts. Scones on arrival were beautiful and also wifi was great. We will definitely be back very soon. Thanks again.
Newton Family, Ballymoney, Co Antrim