Tory Island

Donegal & The North West

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Tory Island

Home to Colmcille's monastery until the late 16th century, Tory Island today is renowned for its small art community (with a king elected up until today) and for being an interesting detour off the Wild Atlantic Way for its spectacular scenery, spotted with historical landmarks such as the lighthouse or the Balor's Fort. A five-km long island, easy to explore on foot.

Do & See

There's a lot to see and do in Donegal, from places of stunning natural beauty to adventure parks for the whole family to sites housing years of history.