Falcarragh is in County Donegal.
Falcarragh is a small market town in the Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking) area of Cloughaneely.
Mangan Tours Coach Tours, Service From Falcarragh to Letterkenny daily
John McGinley Coaches Donegal - Dublin and Donegal - Glasgow
Feda O Donnell Coaches Donegal - Galway and Donegal - Scotland
Patrick Gallagher Coaches Donegal - Derry - Belfast
An tSean Bheairic, Falcarragh Visitor Centre Tourist Information Centre, located in an ex-R.I.C. barracks. The centre comprises of a Coffee Shop, Craft Shop and Historical exhibition on the history of the Royal Irish Constabulary.
Cloughaneely Golf Club, Ballyconnell, Falcarragh. A parkland golf course, surrounded by trees. One of Donegal's best kept secrets. Each hole is named, given titles such as Muckish and Horn Head, describing the views which can be seen from these holes
Fishing. Tullaghobegley & Ray Rivers. Catch and Release for 2012. The Tullaghobegley river is 9 miles long and flows into the sea at Ballyness Bay. It is a productive river, with salmon and sea-trout and fishes from June onwards. The Ray is 8 miles long and is a spate river. Permits available from McGee’s Service Station, Main Street, Falcarragh, Co Donegal. Tel: (074) 9135237 Day permit €15, 7 day permit €30, Adult season permit €65, OAP season permit €15, Juvenile season permit €6
Falcarragh is serviced by two banks, AIB and Bank of Ireland. There is one ATM in the town, outside the Bank of Ireland branch.
Arasain Bhalor Self-catering apartments just off Main St., Falcarragh.
Cuan na Mara, +353 74 9135327, Dormer bungalow overlooking Ballyness Bay & Tory Island