Doe Castle, Donegal and Ray Church
This tour has lots to offer, filled with breathtaking scenery and Irish history in the Gaeltacht area of Ireland where English is the second language. Here you visit Doe Castle, built in the 16th century, and the medieval ruins of Rye and Tullaghobegley church. There will be a stop in Donegal town and lunch at the famous Leo’s Tavern. Along the way, there is a stop at Bloody Foreland, this is a spectacular scenic point for that perfect Instagram shot.
Doe Castle: The castle sits on a small peninsula, surrounded on three sides by water, with a moat cut into the rock of the landward side. The structure consists mainly of high outer walls around an interior bawn with a four-storey tower-house/ keep.
Ray Church is a medieval church and National Monument in County Donegal, Ireland and is located 2.5 Km from Falcarragh, a small Gaeltacht town in north-west County Donegal.
The church was destroyed in the 17th century. During Sunday Mass, the entire congregation was slaughtered in the Massacre of Ray. The dead are buried in a mass grave called Resting Place of the Bones.
Situated along the Wild Atlantic Way, between the popular tourist destination of Mount Errigal and the Atlantic Ocean, Leo’s Tavern is renowned for its music being the family home of world famous musical talents Enya, Clannad, and Moya Brennan.
If you are a group between 4 and 33 you can hire the entire bus and guide for your own private tour. Contact us for further details.
What is included: Transportation to and from these National Monuments in a luxury mini-coach with a professional driver and guide. Pickup up at 9am and returned between 4 and 5pm
What is not included: Lunch will be at Leo’s Tavern which is not included.